How the Higgs particle gives things mass

Tuesday, July 3, 2012 - 13:30 in Physics & Chemistry

The infamous Higgs particle has a weighty task: It grants all the other elementary particles their mass. Without it, they — we — would zip around frantically at the speed of light, too foot-loose to form atoms. But how does the Higgs do it?

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