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Note: the axes in this graph are reversed, compared to the one above. The particle is assumed to be very light as well as neutral, allowing it to penetrate matter so easily that it is almost impossible to detect. 1932 - English physicist James Chadwick bombards beryllium with a-particles to knock out free neutrons, and thus becomes the first physicist to detect neutrons directly. 1932 - American physicist Carl Anderson is studying cosmic rays when he notices some tracks on his photographic plates that look exactly like electron tracks except that they are curving in the wrong direction.

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Publisher: American Institute of Physics; 2003 edition (September 18, 2003)

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