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Their work allowed detailed calculations of weak interaction contributions to particle interactions in general, proving the utility of theories based on gauge invariance for all kinds of basic physical interactions. The experiments utilize electromagnetic probes such as electrons and are conducted at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab). Conservation laws play an extremely important role in our understanding of all kinds of physical systems.

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