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Neutrinos: 'Superheroes' of the particle world
by Paul Rincon Science editor, BBC News website
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6 October 2015
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The 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded for the discovery that neutrinos switch between different 'flavours'. So why has the work been deemed worthy of the highest award in science? First proposed by the Austrian Wolfgang Pauli in 1930, neutrinos are among the 17-odd irreducible building blocks of the world around us. They're also wallflowers in the world of sub-atomic particles, rarely interacting with the other matter around them. Scientists estimate that a neutrino is capable of passing through a light-year (about 10 trillion km) of lead without hitting a single atom.
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