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  • noun physics Used attributively to describe a form of physics that describes matter in terms other than of particles


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un- +‎ particle; see particle physics.


  • ~ Professor proposes theory of unparticle physics -- Howard Georgi, a physicist at Harvard University, has recently published a paper on so-called unparticle physics, which suggests the existence of “unparticle stuff” that cannot be accounted for by the standard model.

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  • Skimming the headlines in hep-ex, you can just ignore anything with “unparticle” or “New limits on [unmotivated model] - type models” in the title.

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  • The unparticle theory is a type of regularization scheme.

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  • An unparticle does not have one particular mass, but can take on any possible mass or have all possible masses at the same time, depending on how you look at it.

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  • Appearing in a recent edition of Physical Review Letters, the paper says that unparticle stuff would be very different than anything seen before.

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  • Recently the unparticle concept of Howard Georgi was proposed. - latest science and technology news stories

  • "In AWT observable reality appear like unparticle stuff similar to Perlin noise from sufficiently ..."

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  • I presume, the vacuum is fuzzy unparticle stuff at both Planck, both cosmological scales. - latest science and technology news stories

  • I can’t give a definative answer to whether the unparticle theory is related to my thinking that gravitation and quantum mechanics are particle relationships that are specific cases in a more general physical relationship system.

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