Quarks, Gluon flux tubes, Strong Nuclear Force, & Quantum Chromodynamics

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  • Physics Videos by Eugene Khutoryansky

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    • Mudfossil University
      Mudfossil University  5 months back

      Experimental Particle crusher..........I created Higgs and photoed..... light is a particle it has no set speed .....seen here and I will debate anyone on this. I have the proof. And might lead to cold fusion.
      ​https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-yzwPKGdgI&t=976s​​

  • Real Beginning
    Real Beginning  20 hours back

    This is awesome physics. I'm most likely going to major in Chemical Physics and I hope we will have to study Chromodynamics.

    • Sebastián García
      Sebastián García  2 weeks back

      this channel is probably in the top 10 of youtube

      • Brainstorming Plus
        Brainstorming Plus  2 weeks back

        👍

        • ARPAN DEY
          ARPAN DEY  3 weeks back

          You could add a list of bosons and fermions - elementary particles list. But it really was an awesome video and i have never got the chance to learn about quark-anti-quark pairs in a better way than here in the video. Thanks! By the way, could you create a video on Schrodinger wave equation.

          • Physics Videos by Eugene Khutoryansky
            Physics Videos by Eugene Khutoryansky   3 weeks back

            I already have a video on Schrodinger's wave equation at https://youtu.be/jvvkomcmyuo
            Also, I list all the fermions and bosons in my video on the weak nuclear force at https://youtu.be/iIWTRwJlrGo
            Thanks.

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          • Tomas Beblar
            Tomas Beblar  1 months back

            Can you go over the colors again, but a little slooooooooower?

            • Ken Schmitt
              Ken Schmitt  1 months back

              I've edited to that music, about 2/3 through you run out of material and start messing with the video speed :P

              • Rui Albano
                Rui Albano  1 months back

                Oh my God! One they we will find the final of all this mess...or perhaps, NEVER!

                • Frank Meoño
                  Frank Meoño  1 months back

                  You are a gift from God Eugene. not that God has anything to do with this. Do you have a patreon?

                • Ravana Brahma Rakshas
                  Ravana Brahma Rakshas  2 months back

                  very good. very clear. althouh i must watch it several times and write notes. one negative point. remove the music. not necessary. destractive. anti efficiency for learning. goal of this video os teaching new concepts and inscribing it in memory. music noise is counter productive.

                  • Hjtunfgb
                    Hjtunfgb  2 months back

                    I just don't understand how these particles exchange can attract them. I mean, by the conservation of momentum, both the emission and the absorption should cause a repulsion.

                    • jerlands
                      jerlands  2 months back

                      this was really good... i think.... I'll have to see it a couple times :)

                      • Andre Fontes
                        Andre Fontes  2 months back

                        Was all of this identified with 100% certainity?
                        What are the objective observations? What are the observations to summon different types of "flavours" and "colors"?
                        What from all what was said is the supposition based on observations and accepted theories?

                        • Mach9
                          Mach9  2 months back

                          is this Monty Python?

                          • Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath

                            Hi and thanks a lot for the nice video, your channel is awesome. I still have some questions however.

                            1. How does the fact that quarks exchange gluons, create a binding force betweeen these quarks.

                            2. When do particles transform into another particle ? Must a gluon hit a quark to transform it ? Do they have spatial extension ?
                            When does a quark emit a gluon ? Does it happen spontaneously with a certain probability ?

                            Thanks for anyone who has some (even shreds of) answers to these.

                            • Charles McMillion
                              Charles McMillion  3 months back

                              So a quark and its anti-quark can annihilate to produce a gluon. I thought all matter - anti-matter annihilations produce gamma photons. Is this exception because they are virtual particles?

                              • beansnrice321
                                beansnrice321  3 months back

                                Amazing video. Very clear!

                                • Louis Moench
                                  Louis Moench  3 months back

                                  this was so freaky

                                  • Rajat Balraj
                                    Rajat Balraj  3 months back

                                    Finally!
                                    A video which gave me a satisfactory explanation for the strong nuclear force and how it works.
                                    The only thing that we are told in school is that "it exists".
                                    Thank you!

                                  • Günter OfFuture
                                    Günter OfFuture  4 months back

                                    I'm completely blowed away by the elegancy of this engineering!

                                    • DabHandConstruction
                                      DabHandConstruction  4 months back

                                      The universe is a quark

                                    • Tasnime Alkilany
                                      Tasnime Alkilany  4 months back

                                      fireworks in my brain ✨🎇🎆

                                      • Ajit Soni
                                        Ajit Soni  4 months back

                                        I loved you explanation. It's very good

                                        • CaveGame
                                          CaveGame  4 months back

                                          There are things could quark stars, and they consist of a sort of quark plasma. because the quark star has so much gravitational pull, the quarks are so tightly pulled together that they can occupy some of the same space and collapse into a much more stable type of matter could strange matter. But, can you have matter made of other types of quarks charm,(not strange already covered), top & bottom?

                                          • NUKE
                                            NUKE  4 months back

                                            I don't understand any of this, though I truly believe that all this QM stuff is just like the problem with the "imaginary" numbers. That just have a terrible name and students are being introduced to imaginary numbers so wrong by all schools around the world that up until someone actually see that imaginary numbers are just normal numbers but in the 3rd dimension the mysticism is immense. I remember having to calculate imaginary and complex numbers in highschool for 2 years without having a clue WTF these numbers meant because everytime I asked my teacher his response was even more mystifing than the actual 100% logical conclusion of imaginary numbers that are not imaginary at all.

                                            Keep venturing on these youtube videos my fellow viewer but remember this, every time you hear a physicist saying something about the true 'nature' things - like light for example, he is lying to you. What he is talking about IS the MATHEMATICAL MODEL that we use to DESCRIBE the nature of those things and the lie is that he is saying that this model is the actual reality. That is a lie.
                                            A terrible dreadful lie.

                                            We don't know what light is, we don't know how QM works, all we know is the models that we use to describe them.

                                            Therefore, we don't know what light is but we know that if we use a mathematical model of a superimposed mathematical field of magnetism and field of electricity light can be described as a wave in those 2 fields. But that doesn't mean that these fields are real. Light could be a completely different thing but that's what we found fitting as a mathematical explanation.

                                            That's the case here as well. All these photons and particles and fields and colors and spins and charges and forces and gluons ARE JUST MATHEMATICAL MODELS SUPERIMPOSED TO REALITY SO THAT OUR PUNY BRAINS CAN UNDERSTAND THE SITUATION - NOT THE ACTUAL REALITY.

                                            This needs to be said. And no, I don't agree with scientists saying that "this is what the photon is" a wave of probability. No, you don't know what the fuck you are talking about. You created a mathematical model for light (a photon) and THEN you created yet another mathematical model to make sence of your other mathematical model the photon.

                                            So basically we are constantly creating new models to understand our previous models and then some, that's modern science for you and ... it's the best we can do, I don't blame anyone here, science has enabled us to do things that previous generations would consider magical... But we need to be honest with ourselves, nobody knows anything fundamental about our reality, these are all models of how we think reality can be described and nowhere near what reality really is. Mix that with laughable innacurate or meaningless labels like "charm" and "up" and "down" and we are left with a true wonder of a communicational MESS.

                                            • dominic stewart-guido
                                              dominic stewart-guido  4 months back

                                              I have a pretty good grasp on quantum chromodynamics and quantum physics, but your channel explains it in a better way than ive seen before.

                                            • Gábor Králik
                                              Gábor Králik  4 months back

                                              When an electron emits a photon, it goes to a lower energy level. And now you're saying electrons constantly emit photons just to be attracted to protons?

                                              • Genuine world
                                                Genuine world  4 months back

                                                Where do you get your sources?

                                                • SOMETHINGAMER
                                                  SOMETHINGAMER  3 months back

                                                  Genuine world the humand mind, best calculator

                                              • Bernie Reilly
                                                Bernie Reilly  4 months back

                                                Incredible

                                                • Kevin Bissinger
                                                  Kevin Bissinger  4 months back

                                                  Very helpful, thanks

                                                  • EpicWarframeNinjaPvP
                                                    EpicWarframeNinjaPvP  4 months back

                                                    Nice, thanks

                                                    • Olve Wold
                                                      Olve Wold  4 months back

                                                      "We now know that electric and magnetic fields do not actually exist, and that the electromagnetic force is really the result of the fact that particles with an electric charge exchange photons with each other."


                                                      Isn't it the other way around? I thought the modern view was that quantum fields are what truly exist, while particles are only excitations in those fields. An interaction can be modeled as an integral over all possible exchanges of virtual particles, just like a wave can be modeled as an integral over all frequencies, but charged particles do not actually exchange virtual particles. Or am I off track?

                                                    • Lucas Baldo
                                                      Lucas Baldo  4 months back

                                                      Why is it that a gluon cannot be color neutral, i. e. be composed of matching color/anti-color? One could imagine a green quark emmiting a green-anti-green gluon and staying green. What prevents this?

                                                      • Bastian Schulz
                                                        Bastian Schulz  4 months back

                                                        I think if a green/Anti-Green gluon came into existence it would simply annihilate itself due to the corresponding normal+anti-color mix?

                                                    • Fx FRT
                                                      Fx FRT  4 months back

                                                      Yo quiero hablar contigo sobre la superposición se cargas y efectos magnéticos paramagneticos y dimagneticos alpha o con grafeno hidrogenado

                                                      • Fx FRT
                                                        Fx FRT  4 months back

                                                        Creo tengo una asociacion protonica con carga masiva masica es cuestión de la linea de la ciudad "·!·"

                                                    • Think Human
                                                      Think Human  4 months back

                                                      This is so simple and so complicated at the same time, excellent video and really explains the forces well!

                                                    • Robert Lane
                                                      Robert Lane  4 months back

                                                      Hi.cool voice.😆

                                                      • Renegen1
                                                        Renegen1  4 months back

                                                        upvoted for Mozart.

                                                        • Jackson Elmore
                                                          Jackson Elmore  5 months back

                                                          When are you guys gonna do some meme reviews on this channel

                                                          • Vennom Scandi
                                                            Vennom Scandi  5 months back

                                                            "this new phenomena"
                                                            phenomena is plural for phenomenON
                                                            bad

                                                            • Mats Rdr
                                                              Mats Rdr  5 months back

                                                              @Vennom Scandi
                                                              Let me try to enlighten You by paraphrasing "Dictionary.com" [https://www.dictionary.com/browse/phenomenon ...>USAGE NOTE:]
                                                              .."As with other plurals of Latin or Greek origin, like media and criteria, there is a tendency to use the plural phenomena as a singular (e.g. This phenomena will not be seen again. ), though it's less commonly like this in edited writing.
                                                              I hope this helps, and thanks for the support.
                                                              Best regards

                                                          • lnpilot
                                                            lnpilot  5 months back

                                                            I love your channel. Great explanations!

                                                          • DormantIdeas NIQ
                                                            DormantIdeas NIQ  5 months back

                                                            whateva... nothing that fails to teach the hungry one how to fish can quench an added seeking of understanding. fail!

                                                            • Peter Houle
                                                              Peter Houle  5 months back

                                                              1 phenomenon, 2 phenomena

                                                              • Saead Kamali
                                                                Saead Kamali  5 months back

                                                                Thank you for this awesome video

                                                              • Sumaya Tahsin Turin
                                                                Sumaya Tahsin Turin  5 months back

                                                                The background music makes my heart sink. Makes me emotional.

                                                                • Jari Haukilahti
                                                                  Jari Haukilahti  5 months back

                                                                  yes he should have played Schnittke and so one would be devoid of positive emotion

                                                              • Tokaji Leo
                                                                Tokaji Leo  5 months back

                                                                so.. what happens to quarks when they fall into a black hole? simple question.

                                                                • Jess Revill
                                                                  Jess Revill  5 months back

                                                                  Very interesting.

                                                                  • E drop
                                                                    E drop  6 months back

                                                                    You, people, explain these complex topics so well...not just in this video but all of your videos.




                                                                    ...Bravo and thank you for your hard work!