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More than 500 trillion (5 X 1014) high-energy proton collisions were produced before physicists could confidently announce that they had discovered a new boson with a mass of roughly 125 GeV. Topics in observational cosmology, including how to measure distances and times, and the age, density, and size of the Universe. The average amount of radiation received from background sources in the UK is around 2–2.5 mSv per year. The equations he derived also arise in solid state physics where they describe electronic states in materials with superconducting order.

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