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Identical particles, atomic and nuclear structures. Physics is the art of finding the right equations. This one may be a little bit harder than the first. This cannot predict the magic numbers beyond 20, and we need to find a different mechanism. SNO is a 1000 tonnes heavy-water Cherenkov detector. Thus weak interactions are not invariant under the parity operation; parity is not conserved in weak interactions. The less penetrating one, which he called alpha, has positive electric charge.

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