Particle Physics – Higgs Boson

Particle Physics which is also called as high energy physics is the branch of the physics that deals with the studies of nature of particles that contains radiation and matter. As of now, we know of 12 fundamental particles:  six quarks and six leptons. 

From the current dominating theory explaining the fundamental particles and the fields with their dynamics is the Standard Model. This model was first developed in 1970. The latest finding by using this model is “Higgs Boson” or also called as “God Particle”.

CERN’s main focus is particle physics. Scientists at CERN use the most powerful particle accelerator and detectors to test the predictions and the limit of the Standard Model. The model is only capable to provide 4% of the known universe.

Higgs Boson, a particle so difficult to produce due to energy requirement. After 40 years of constant research, world’s most expensive and complex experiments facilities, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider on     4 July 2012 gave the elementary particle to the Standard model of Particle Physics. A particle with a mass of 126 GeV (Giga-electron Volt) is a manifestation to the Brout-Englert-Higgs mechanism having parity and fundamental spin as two of it’s attributes was named as “Higgs Boson” or “God Particle”. The particle is associated with the Higgs field that physicists think permeates all of space-time and helps give other particles their mass.



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