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  • n. Plural form of tetraneutron.


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  • They are called tetraneutrons: four neutrons that are bound together in a way that defies the laws of physics.

  • And there are still more compelling reasons to doubt the existence of tetraneutrons.

  • Not as improbable as tetraneutrons, some might say, because in the standard model of particle physics tetraneutrons simply can't exist.

  • Marquès and his team were so bemused by their result that they buried the data in a research paper that was ostensibly about the possibility of finding tetraneutrons in the future (


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