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Glueballs are subatomic particles made from gluons, which typically keep the nuclei of atoms together. 00:50
The existence of glueballs is predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics, and observing them would help to confirm that the model is correct. 03:08
There are a couple particles that scientists have analyzed that could be glueballs, notably f0 (1500) and f0 (1710). 05:29
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