Up quarks, down quarks and electrons make up atoms (matter).
Atoms True atoms make up all matter, but quarks make up all atoms. So fundamentally quarks make up all matter. Atoms _______________________________________________________…__________ dft.ba/quarks All you'll need to know about what make up hadrons, which make up matter.
All matter is made up of 'atoms', which are generally treated as tiny particles, although they have been shown to also have the properties of waves (just like light has both p…article and wave nature). They are constantly in motion, and move faster in matter at a higher temperature. The temperature at which this motion is zero is -273C or 0K, absolute zero and is impossible to achieve.
To severely oversimplify it but remain accurate: quarks, leptons, intermediate vector bosons, and neutrinos. Every type of fundamental particle belongs to one of these categor…ies, all particles in these categories are point particles (occupy zero volume).
The tiny particles in motion make up all matter are called atoms. Atoms in solids move much less than atoms in gases.
Electrons are the tiny particles that make up an atom.
Atoms, which are composed of neutrons, protons, and electrons. These are composed, in turn, of quarks, leptons, bosons, and neutrinos. Matter consists of all of these, and e…ach are quite distinct from each other.
yes Leptons and quarks, to be exact. String theory does state that what we perceive as particles are actually vibrating strings, but the idea remains the same.
The tiny particles that make up all matter are, as best we can tell: Quarks - up,down,strange,charm,top,bottom and anti flavours Leptons - ti, muon and electron, correspon…ding neutrinos and their antimatter flavours Some physicists believe that there are also the super-symetric particle or possibly super-strings or the particles suggested in M theory. Mass is commonly considered to be provided by the Higgs boson, via the Higgs field. Leptons
atom is composed of neutron electron and proton
The smallest, most basic particles that still have the characteristics of the individual elements (oxygen, gold, carbon, uranium, potassium and many others) are called atoms. …An atom of gold is still gold. Once you take any of these atoms apart, you have particles that are common to all elements. The protons in an atom of gold are exactly the same as the protons in an atom of oxygen. The sub-atomic particles, the protons, neutrons and electrons of ordinary atoms, can be broken down into smaller and smaller particles. As we build more and more powerful devices, we find that particles can be broken into smaller and smaller components. I don't believe we yet know where that process will end. This is bringing us to the very limits of what is called particle physics.
When a liquid is cooled to its freezing point the tiny particles of matter that make up the liquid do what?
move quickly in all directions
building blocks of matter