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Recently atoms of anti-hydrogen have been produced, with anti-protons as their nuclei, and anti-protons are made of anti-quarks.Anti-quarks are destroyed when they meet normal quarks, in the same way that positrons (anti-electrons) are destroyed when they meet electrons.Anti-up and anti-down quarks are normally stable, like up and down quarks, but other quarks and anti-quarks are unstable and decay spontaneously.
This is strange. Maybe energy from dark matter particles...
Do they have traces of gamma rays on the target or do they have some way to see them?
No, they are supposed to have corresponding antiparticles.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_particles