Answer to Question #11654 in Quantum Mechanics for TUI Student
With the recent buzz about the Higgs boson, two questions arose to me:
1. What's the difference between it and 'graviton', described in wikipedia here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graviton ?
2. Is the Higgs Boson matter or antimatter? Since (according to my limited knowledge) matching matter and anti-matter have the same mass, could it be that the Higgs Boson is actually a 'neutral' particle, in relation to that, or is there actually an anti- Higgs Boson that does the same for antimatter?
Thanks in advance for your reply!!!