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Question: Why do some particles have mass while others have none?
force, molecule, physics, subtatomic
Asked by n3rdy to Gopal, Becky on 28 Jun 2013.
answered on 28 Jun 2013:
All particles have mass… but they can also be conceived to have a ‘wave’ property. It depends on what theory you prefer to use to explain things.
n3rdy commented on 28 Jun 2013:
Aren’t Photons (light particles) the only particles that don’t have a mass , which is why they travel at the speed of light..
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