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English: Standard model of elementary particles: the 12 fundamental fermions and 4 fundamental bosons. Please note that the masses of certain particles are subject to periodic reevaluation by the scientific community. The values currently reflected in this graphic are as of 2008 and may have been adjusted since. For the latest consensus, please visit the Particle Data Group website linked below.
Română: Modelul standard al particulelor fundamentale: 12 fermioni (6 cuarcuri și 6 leptoni) la care se adaugă tot atâtea antiparticule corespondente și 12 particule de etalonare (bosoni), și anume 3 bosoni vector slabi (W+, W- și Z0), 8 gluoni (diferențiați de sarcina colour) și 1 foton. Acestora li se adaugă încă 2 bosoni teoretici, bosonul Higgs și gravitonul (nelistat în tabelul de mai sus). De avut în vedere faptul că masele anumitor particule constituie subiectul reevaluării periodice ale comunității științifice. Valorile reflectate de acest tabel în momentul de față datează din 2008 și e posibil să fi suferit ajustări. Pentru ultimele consensuri, puteți accesa situl Particle Data Group listat mai jos.
Date 27 June 2006
Source Own work by uploader, PBS NOVA , Fermilab, Office of Science, United States Department of Energy, Particle Data Group
Author MissMJ


  • Fehling, Dave. The Standard Model of Particle Physics: A Lunchbox's Guide. The Johns Hopkins University. Retrieved on 2008-12-03.


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