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THE NEW FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES

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Three talks by O. R. Frisch , F.R.S. Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy
In the University of Cambridge
2—The ' Strange ' Particles
In his first talk Professor Frisch described some of the thirty or so fundamental particles with which an understanding of the scheme of nature is built up.
Sixteen of the new particles that have come to light during the past ten years or so have such strange and complex properties that they have been nicknamed ' the strange particles.' This talk describes some of the devices by which these particles--or rather, their tracks-are made visible, the ways in which they are made artificially with the help of accelerators, and the logical pattern in which they arrange themselves.

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THE NEW FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES

Third Programme, 22 January 1960 20.00






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