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What is a quark?

Quarks are building blocks for subatomic particles. They are considered to be fundamental particles, and are thus not made up of other particles. Quarks bind together with gl (MORE)
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What are quarks?

Quarks are any of a group of subatomic particles thought to beamong the fundamental constituents of matter more specifically, ofprotons and neutrons. The concept of the quark (MORE)
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What is quarks?

Q:What happens when quarks and anti-quarks collide? . A: They explode, same with protons and anti-protons, neutrons and anti-neutrons, electrons and positrons.
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What is the size of a quark?

Like all sub-atomic particles, quarks do not have a radius in any meaningful sense. In other words, they are NOT like ball bearings for which you can say, "At this distance fr (MORE)

What can a quark do?

a quark is a fundamental constituent of matter. It is what makes up protons and neutrons and there is nothing smaller than them. They cannot DO anything alone, merely make up (MORE)
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Who is Quark?

If you meant to ask what is a quark, it's one of the basic elementary particles in what physicists refer to as the Standard Model. Electrons and neutrinos, as well as certai (MORE)
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Do electrons have quarks?

No, Electrons are called Leptons, and Quarks are different than Leptons. Look up the STANDARD MODEL OF PARTICLE PHYSICS. im sure it will help you.
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Why are quarks known as quarks?

Physicist Murray Gell-Mann coined the term "quark" for what was then referred to as a parton. The name is a literary reference to James Joyce's book Finnegans Wake: . Three (MORE)