The Antiparticles of Neutral Bosons

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With the advent of the ability to create and study antihydrogen, we think it is appropriate to consider the possibility that antiphotons might not be identical to photons. First of all, we will look at the experimental evidence concerning multiple neutral pions and multiple photons. Because of its internal structure, the neutral kaon is not identical to its antiparticle. We will consider internal structures for the neutral pion and photon for which the antiparticle differs from the particle. Interestingly, the antiphoton thus created from neutrinos does not interact with electrons because its neutrinos have the wrong helicity.

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W. Perkins, "The Antiparticles of Neutral Bosons," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 4 No. 12A, 2013, pp. 12-19. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.412A1003.

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