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Neutrinos Could Help Explain Scarcity of Anti-Matter

Scientists have made a precise measurement of elusive, nearly massless particles, and obtained a crucial hint as to why the universe is dominated by matter, not by its close relative, anti-matter. 

The particles, called anti-neutrinos, were detected at the underground Daya Bay experiment, located near a nuclear reactor in China, 55 kilometers north of Hong Kong. 

Source: Zee News. Read full article. (link)

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