Higgs Boson. The Higgs boson (or Higgs particle) is a particle that gives mass to other particles. Peter Higgs was the first person to think of it, and the particle was found in March 2013. It is part of the Standard Model in physics, which means it is found everywhere. It is one of the 17 particles in the Standard Model. The Higgs particle is a boson. Bosons are particles responsible for all physical forces except gravity. It is very difficult to detect the Higgs boson with the equipment and technology we have now. Higgs bosons obey the conservation of energy law, which states that no energy is created or destroyed, but instead it is transferred. Higgs bosons are used in a variety of science fiction stories. Possible claims[change | edit source] On 4 July 2012, the teams at the Large Hadron Collider declared that they had discovered a particle which they think is the Higgs boson. References[change | edit source] Other websites[change | edit source]
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