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(You can move to next if you are familiar with the term 'muon'.)

OK, you are reading this on your tech device, now imagine zooming it. More and more and more and more and more. So much that you can't even see he pixels, you are in the pixels. now zoom in more and more and more. You will see somethng like the pic, it is called an atom. What is revolving around is called electron. Number of electrons vary from a substance to another substance. Now if you want, you can remove that electron from its orbits around the atom. Now make this electron 200 times bigger, what you get is a 'muon'.

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Ok, so this muon was thrown in a magnetic field, and FYI, any particle like that woobles in a magnetic field, it dances. So its dance factor (g) was calculated and it was 2. ...., it was very accurate. This was theoretical (without the actual experiment). and then, there was an experimental value...

There are 3 theories which can help in equalizing the theoretical g with the experimantal g:

  1. A new particle- leptoquark, which can make the muon dance more or less.
  2. A new set of particles- called supersymmetrical particles. You put an 's' befor...

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