The researchers found that elementary particles behave not as it says the leading fundamental theory that describes the physics of the subatomic level today.
The standard model describes the structure and behavior of all known elementary particles, as well as the forces with which they interact. However, it is not complete, because it does not explain the dark matter and energy, as well as the imbalance of the substance and antimatter in the universe.
Today, a group of physicists from the Imperial College of London, Bristol and Cambridge universities added another doubt about a recognized description of the fundamental laws of nature.
Analyzing the results of the experiments of the LHC collider, scientists found that the B-quark behave not as predicted by see According to data, they disintegrate into muons and electrons with different frequencies and speed. According to the team, the declination of the scales in the direction of the muons may indicate the existence of an unknown elementary particle or force that interacts in a different way.
However, for official confirmation, researchers will need to carry out additional experiments to prove the lack of statistical coincidence. The collection of new data will begin next year after the collider detector is upgraded.
Recall that earlier the European Nuclear Research Organization approved the construction plan
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