How To Observe Subatomic Particle Trails At Home

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Few of us will ever get a chance to visit the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)  at CERN and create or observe subatomic particles. However, with this simple home experiment, you will be able to observe the trace signatures they leave when viewed in a “cloud” chamber.

Plus you won’t have to worry about creating a black hole in your pocket.

Subatomic particles are shooting all around and through us. Subatomic particles are, as the name implies, smaller than an atom and are composed of loose electrons, muons, quarks and many other entities.

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