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quote:Originally posted by HadrianI thought the antimatter repelled mater by definition?
quote:Originally posted by science_guyWould Positrons annaihalate Protons? Does it have to be the Anti-equivilent of the particle to annaihalate it?
quote:Originally posted by another_someonequote:Originally posted by HadrianI thought the antimatter repelled mater by definition? There is still uncertainty as to what the gravitational properties of antimatter are, and whether electrically neutral anti-matter will attract or repel normal matter. But electrically charged anti-matter (e.g. positrons and anti-protons) will hold the opposite electrical charge to their normal-matter counterparts, and so they would be mutually attractive.