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Anderson noticed

the following properties of the newly discovered positron:

The mass equals the mass of the electron.

The charge has the same magnitude as the electron’s charge but is positive instead of negative.

The particle is always created in pairs with electrons.

When this particle collides with an electron, both annihilate.


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