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Manhattan-born physicist Murray Gell-Mann, who revolutionized the discovery and classification of subatomic particles, died Friday at the age of 89.
Axar.az reports citing Daily news.
Famous for detecting a slew of theoretical specks, he is best known for his identification of quarks, which serve as the rudimentary building blocks of virtually most of Earth’s matter.
2019.05.25 / 14:31