Strange new subatomic particles discovered at atom smasher

Exotic subatomic particles made up of five quarks that physicists briefly thought they had discovered back in 2003 now finally appear to be in the bag. So say physicists working at the CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, who claim to have found conclusive evidence for the existence of so-called pentaquarks within the debris of high-energy proton collisions.

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