Baryon decay, Physics

baryon decay

The idea, predicted through several grand-unified theories, that class of subatomic elements called baryons (of which the nucleons protons & neutrons are members) are not finally stable however certainly decay. Present theory & experimentation reveal that if protons are in fact unstable, they decay along with a halflife of at least ~1034 y.

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