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And it is at the frontiers of research -- at millikelvin temperatures, nanometer dimensions, kilogauss magnetic fields and giga-electron-volt
energies -- that it's easiest to fall into Murphy's traps.
and the 1-2 giga-electron-volt
synchrotron at Lawrence Berkeley (Calif.
The results indicate that the top quark is probably heavier than the Z boson, which has a mass expressed in energy units of 91 giga-electron-volts
(GeV), or nearly 100 times the proton's mass.