A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... colliding with the dust particles . By this time there were already suspicions that these atoms were not , after all ... collide with atoms . At first it was thought that the nucleus of the atom was made up of electrons and different ...
... collide with each other more and more frequently and at greater and greater speeds — the gas heats up . Eventually , the gas will be so hot that when the hydrogen atoms collide they no longer bounce off each other , but instead coalesce ...
Stephen Hawking. energy that whenever they collide many different particle / antiparticle pairs would be produced ... colliding particles have less energy , particle / antiparticle pairs would be produced less quickly - and annihilation ...
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