In 1964, a research group led by James Cronin and Val Fitch discovered in an experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory that CP is violated, too. The team studied the decay of neutral kaons into pions; both are composite particles made of a quark and ...
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As he prepares to leave PPPL in 2016, Smith reflects on five decades in physics and at Princeton
The discovery capped a decades-long search for a fresh example of CP violation, which was first spotted in the behavior of K mesons and their antiparticles by physicists Val Fitch of Princeton and James Cronin of the University of Chicago in 1964.
Is There a Mirror Universe?
In a dazzling experiment and absolute “what if” one-upmanship exercise by James Cronin and Val Fitch in 1964. They demonstrated that no, you can't have a mirror-antimatter Universe evolve with our physical laws. This experiment won the Nobel Prize in ...