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Its measurement for the free proton is an important test of models of proton structure that use the languages of both mesons and baryons or quarks and gluons. We may motivate the qualitative picture of elementary particles by recalling some characteristics of light. to this wave to determine the characteristic energy and momentum, and then use the dispersion relation, we find which suggests that the quantum of EM energy has no rest mass.

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