Physicists announced that the W boson has a mass of 80.413 giga–electron volts, which means that the mass of the Higgs boson, the as-yet-undiscovered particle believed to give all other particles their mass, should be 153 giga–electron volts. | Harper's Magazine

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Physicists announced that the W boson has a mass of 80.413 giga–electron volts, which means that the mass of the Higgs boson, the as-yet-undiscovered particle believed to give all other particles their mass, should be 153 giga–electron volts.

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Physicists announced that the W boson has a mass of 80.413 giga–electron volts, which means that the mass of the Higgs boson, the as-yet-undiscovered particle believed to give all other particles their mass, should be 153 giga–electron volts.

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