Feynman diagram

1948 Feynman diagram

The book of science

Tom Sharp

Richard Feynman quantum mechanics

Feynman diagram

Antiparticles seem to go backwards in time


One difference between a theorist and an experimentalist in the field of quantum chromodynamics is that the theorist simplifies to essential interactions, when the actual interactions can be far more complex, containing a profusion of gluons sprouting off quarks and antiquarks and decaying into hadrons.

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