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What exactly constitutes an atom? How and why did the universe come into existence and how will it end? What subatomic particles go to make up the Standard Model? This essay serves as an entry point to nuclear physics and contains many useful references to other work on this and related topics. The essay also deals with other fascinating stuff.

©2014 Alan Hall (P)2014 Alan Hall

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Too preachy for my tastes.

The content was much preachy for my tastes.

From the online summary it was not what I expected!

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