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- In modern physics, antimatter is defined as matter that is composed of the antiparticles (or "partners") of the corresponding particles of "ordinary" matter...
- An antimatter weapon is a theoretically possible device using antimatter as a power source, a propellant, or an explosive for a weapon. Antimatter weapons...
- Antimatter is material composed of antiparticles in the same way normal matter is composed of particles. Antimatter may also refer to: Antimatter (band)...
- Antimatter, a UK dark rock band, is the solo project of longtime founding member Mick Moss. The project was originally a duo composed of founding member...
- The gravitational interaction of antimatter with matter or antimatter has not been conclusively observed by physicists. While the consensus among physicists...
- An antimatter rocket is a proposed cl**** of rockets that use antimatter as their power source. There are several designs that attempt to accomplish this...
- asymmetry problem, also known as the matter asymmetry problem or the matter–antimatter asymmetry problem, is the observed imbalance in baryonic matter (the type...
- Antimatter comets (and antimatter meteoroids) are hypothetical comets (meteoroids) composed solely of antimatter instead of ordinary matter. Although never...
- definitions. Another difference is that matter has an "opposite" called antimatter, but m**** has no opposite—there is no such thing as "anti-m****" or negative...
- The positron or antielectron is the antiparticle or the antimatter counterpart of the electron. The positron has an electric charge of +1 e, a spin of...
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