Quasars and Antimatter

@article{Gray1965QuasarsAA,
  title={Quasars and Antimatter},
  author={G. Gray},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1965},
  volume={206},
  pages={175-175}
}
  • G. Gray
  • Published 1 April 1965
  • Physics
  • Nature
IF matter is being continually created from radiant energy in the Universe, so that the first step in the synthesis is a pair production of some sort, then one might expect equal amounts of matter and antimatter to result from a synthesis which employs equal numbers of elementary particles and antiparticles (probably electrons, positrons, neutrinos, and antineutrinos). The possible existence of antimatter is a common topic for speculation. The purpose of this note is to direct attention to what… Expand
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