Cronologia da descoberta de partículas

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Esta é a cronologia da descoberta de partículas subatómicas e das partículas que até agora parecem ser partículas elementares. Ela também inclui a descoberta de partículas compostas e antipartículas que tiveram uma particular importância histórica.

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