An general group of physicists, led by a University of a Witwatersrand (UW) in Johannesburg, South Africa, predicts a existence of a new molecule that competence assist in a bargain of dim matter.
Using information from a array of experiments that led to a find of Higgs boson during a Large Hadron Collider (LHC) during CERN in 2012, Prof. Bruce Mellado of UW’s High Energy Physics Group and co-authors determined what they call a Madala hypothesis.
“The find of a Higgs boson has non-stop a doorway into origination even some-more ground-breaking discoveries, such as a regard of new bosons that are related to army and particles different before,” a physicists said.
“These new particles can explain where a different matter in a Universe comes from.”
The team’s supposition describes a existence of a new complicated boson and field.
The suppositious particle, dubbed Madala boson, has a mass of about 272 GeV – somewhat some-more than dual times heavier than a Higgs boson.
“However, where a Higgs boson in a Standard Model usually interacts with famous matter, a Madala boson interacts with dim matter,” a scientists said.
“Physics currently is during a crossroads identical to a times of Einstein and a fathers of Quantum Mechanics,” Prof. Mellado added.
“Classical production unsuccessful to explain a series of phenomena and, as a result, it indispensable to be revolutionized with new concepts, such as relativity and quantum physics, heading to a origination of what we know now as complicated physics.”
Prof. Mellado and co-authors presented their latest formula recently during a 61st Annual Conference of a SA Institute of Physics in Johannesburg and a 38th ICHEP in Chicago.
Bruce Mellado. Higgs production during a LHeC and FCC-he (15′ + 5′). ICHEP 2016
Bruce Mellado. The hunt for new bosons with a ATLAS detector during a LHC. SAIP 2016
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