Sub-Atomic Particles

Ajat basket, Penan people. Borneo 20th century, 20 (cm) diameter by 35 (cm) height. Hornbill motif. From the Teo Family collection, Kuching. Photograph by D Dunlop. |

One common way of dealing with this issue to to assume that a particle has been absorbed by an atom that *is* well defined. Then both particles are supposedly in the same place. Another possibility is to conjecture additional fields or excitations that align a particle's orientation. Such presumptions are codified in various three-dimensional arrangements that assign quarks to sub-orbital events by convention. These structures are called **sub-atomic** particle models. See the following links for more detail. When atoms and sub-atomic particles are considered together, they are collectively called **atomic** particles.

Particle | Sub-Atomic Model |
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$\huge{ \sf{\nu} }$ | Three Dimensional Neutrinos |

$\huge{ \sf{\gamma} }$ | A Three Dimensional Photon |

$\huge{ \sf{\Gamma} }$ | A Three Dimensional Graviton |

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