What Are Quarks? | Radioactivity | Physics | FuseSchool

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Find out what quarks are, how they were discovered and why they are very important in relation to protons and neutrons. There are different types of quarks which you’ll learn about in this GCSE / K12 “Radioactivity” video from the Virtual School.

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27 comments

  1. Tom Hendricks 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    QUARKS DO NOT MAKE SENSE – or the 3rd quark is REALLY weird.
    Proton = 2 up , 1 down quarks. Neutron = 2 down, 1 up quarks.
    So the difference between the two is the 3rd quark.

    Both have one up and one down.

    That leaves the difference between the proton and neutron as the 3rd quark.
    So difference between a proton and neutron is due to whether the 3rd quark is up as in a proton, or down as in a neutron.

    So, if that's true then:
    The third quark determines two things:

    If it has an up quark – proton, then the particle is immortal.
    If it has a down quark – neutron, then the particle decays in 10 minutes. EXPLAIN

    If it has an up quark – a proton, then the particle has less mass then the neutron.
    If it has a down quark – a neutron, then the particle has .1% more mass than the proton.
    So the down quark weighs .1% more than the up quark. EXPLAIN

  2. Mememaster pro 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    DOUBTS
    1)so can i safey say that an electron is made up of 3 down quarks as then only the net resultant charge will be -1
    2)and also how do we derive the charge of the quark is there a formula or is it completely hit and trial
    3)can we split quarks like normal atoms with processes like fission and fusion at the quark level
    4)how do the neutrinos remember their origin is there any explanationto that
    5)can there be only 3 up quarks or will that just be 2 protons
    6) please name combinations with other 4 types and do they have a charge

  3. Aman R Thosar [ART] 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    https://allaboutchemistry123.blogspot.com/2020/04/atoms-and-molecules-what-are-atoms-and-molecules.html

    Quark

  4. Bart Christner 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    Tom Noddy (www.bubblemagic.com) human scale tension/visualization:
    https://youtu.be/pDhryITm7hc?t=90 @00:01:30 “ALTERNATING DENSITIES)”
    https://youtu.be/pDhryITm7hc?t=115 @00:01:55 “NUCLEUS/QUARKS, QUANTA FISSION/FUSION PRINCIPLES”
    https://youtu.be/pDhryITm7hc?t=235 @00:03:55 “PREON, INTERNAL OPPOSING POLAR DENSITIES”
    https://youtu.be/pDhryITm7hc?t=460 @00:07:40 “SQUARE NUCLEUS IN 6 SPHERES, TUNNELING”

    Kelvin Abraham (Quantum scale) CAD animation: 
    https://youtu.be/H3FZ2jwnThY

    John Skieswanne (Swanne Preons) Fusion/Fission: 
    http://thesingularprimordialpreontheory.blogspot.com/ 

    Barton James Christner (Spalla Merkaba) Closest Packed Sphere Model (RGBW vs CMYK):
    https://www.facebook.com/bartonjames/media_set?set=a.10150807782048513&type=3

  5. Ray Fox 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    Cut the Bull Shit and tell us how you know, how do you see a quark and how you know there are quarks just cut the bull or is it just a theory

  6. life42theuniverse 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    What makes them more fundamental then when we thought an atom was a fundamental particle

  7. joseph grey 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    Ok, so go ahead and start explaining what they are… Geeze, you guys make videos without actaully touching in the subject of the video… waste of effort…

  8. Sherry Grewal 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    Fuck man. I gaurantee there will be something inside of quarks its never ending situation right here

  9. YOURSHOW 2 July, 2020 at 05:26 Reply

    So interesting that im playing this game called quantum 3… Helps to understand these terms.. Like meson, baryons, quarks, charm, strange, antiquarks and many more.. Download the game is in play store. Byeee

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