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Russian physicists will build a collider in Japan

Physics scientists from the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Siberian Branch (INP) of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Novosibirsk State University (NSU) will take part in the construction of a collider in Japan. This was announced by the Center for Public Relations of the SB RAS with reference to the Dean of the Physics Faculty of the NSU, Alexander Bondar.

Scientists also expect to participate in research at the collider.

According to A. Bondar, experiments at the facility, called the super-b-factory and designed to study the properties of a special particle - the Z meson (4430), will begin in 2016.

Mesons are composite particles that include elementary particles — quarks and antiquarks. Usually they contain two quarks, however, the Z (4430) meson, according to the assumptions of physicists, consists of four elementary particles. For the first time this particle was observed by Japanese physicists, later its existence was confirmed during experiments at the Large Hadron Collider.

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