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Glueballs and hybrids: new states of matter

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Atoms of light do not exist. However, according to the standard theory of the powerful forces that act on and within protons, neutrons and all strongly interacting particles, there are new forms of particle that are subnuclear analogues to 'atoms of light', known as 'glueballs'. This article describes the ideas and the possible evidence now emerging about them.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1997-01-01

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