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This both materials are very expensive, because on earth we find very little plutonium so it means that we must produce plutonium. These bosons have masses of the order of 100 in agreement with the Einstein mass-energy relationship. m), much smaller than the size of a nucleus. Bosons are the particles that carry force. All fermions are thought to have a nonzero rest mass. This ambitious goal has been realized to a notable extent.

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