Classical Physics


Does Matter Attract or Repel Antimatter?

Authors: Vaggelis Talios

It is quite clear that the heteronymous charged particles and charged material bodies are attracted to each other and the homonymous charged are repelled. So the positively charged protons repel the other protons, while the negatively charged electrons are also repelled between each other. However, pro-tons and electrons, because they have heteronymous charges are attracted. The same happens to the positively or negatively charged material bodies. Something similar is also happened with the charged particles and bodies of the antimatter. But when we have neutral particles, such as neutrons and atoms, or uncharged bodies of matter or antimatter, this state is reversed by neutrons to attract the other neutrons, –strong nuclear force–, atoms to attract other atoms, and the material bodies to be attract-ed between them, –gravitation–. The above properties of the charged particles and bodies and the reversal of these properties to neutral particles and uncharged bodies lead us to a new rule that “neutral particles and uncharged bodies of matter are attracted to one another but they are repelled by neutral particles and uncharged bodies of antimatter”.

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