How can the Chi_b (3P) particle exist if matter and anti-matter annihilate?
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Jan27-12, 10:29 PM
The recently discovered Chi_b (3P) is made up of a bottom quark and an anti bottom quark.
I thought, however, that should a matter particle meet with its anti counterpart, they would annihilate into pure energy.
Am I missing something?
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