What are K-mesons and B-mesons?
I know they have something to do with weak nuclear force. Is it true that these particles do not treat past and the future fully symmetrically?
And what does that mean?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
K Mesons are particles which make up the basic 3 subatomic particles (Proton, Neutron and electron). The current theory is that forces is actually the exchange of particles, In this case the K mesons might be the particle which is being transfered by the weak nuclear force.
As for the past/future thing, Im not sure what that means.