physics question #382



Ahmad, a 10 year old male from the Internet asks on May 28, 1998,

Q:

What are neutrinos and positrons?

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on May 28, 1998, A:

Neutrinos and positrons are subatomic particles. The neutrino has no charge and very little if any mass, and it travels at the speed of light. They are very hard to detect. Positrons are the antiparticles of electrons.

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