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These are very heavy particles (their mass is about 80 times the proton mass!), which is why they have such a small range – fluctuations where I need to create that much mass are rare. Neutral kaons (K0) are composed of a down quark and a strange anti-quark. To understand current news and discussions about nuclear science and technology, some background knowledge is required, and the high school science picture of the atomic nucleus as a tiny ball of protons and neutrons needs more refinement.

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