Measurement confirms proton's dwindling radius

01/25/2013 | New Scientist

A new precise measurement has confirmed that the proton's radius is smaller than once believed. The debate began in 2010 when scientists replaced an hydrogen atom's electron with a muon, allowing them to determine that the proton's radius was 4% smaller than previously measured. The experiment was repeated two years later and determined to be even more precise.

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