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The temperatur in the second phase behave 200 to 300 million degrees celsius (much hoter than the core of the sun). Physicist discovered this through experimentation with particle accelerators in the 90's. These are books that are sort of talky and fun to read (but still substantial--some harder than others). Physicists at CERN use the world's most powerful particle accelerators and detectors to test the predictions and limits of the Standard Model.

Pages: 412

Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (March 1997)

ISBN: 981022916X

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