Higgs bosonHiggs boson
Origin of Higgs bosonafter P. W. Higgs (b. 1929), British physicist
Origin of Higgs bosonFrom the fact that it is the fundamental particle of the Higgs field
(plural Higgs bosons)
- Higgs field
- Higgs mechanism
higgs boson - Computer Definition
The most elementary atomic particle discovered to date at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. With 99.9% certainty, the Higgs is said to be the particle that gives all other particles mass. It is smaller than all other particles but also heavier in atomic weight. Considered the glue of the universe, the Higgs is an invisible energy field that fills space. The Higgs Is a Type of Boson Named after Satyendra Nath Bose, a boson is a particle that shares quantum states and behaves collectively; for example, a photon is a boson. The Higgs is a type of boson that was postulated by three scientists in the 1960s: Peter Higgs, Francois Englert and Tom Kibble, all of whom were present in Geneva in 2012 when the discovery was officially announced. See quantum state and particle accelerator.