12 Fundamental Particles

Name all 12 fundamental particles and the 5 forces carriers (Yes 1 is theoretical)
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Answer
Quark
Up
Quark
Down
Quark
Strange
Quark
Charm
Quark
Top
Quark
Bottom
 
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Lepton
Electron
Lepton
Electron Neutrino
Lepton
Muon
Lepton
Muon Neutrino
Lepton
Tau
Lepton
Tau Neutrino
 
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Force
Photon
Force
Gluon
Force
Z Boson
Force
W Boson
Force
Graviton
5 Comments
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Level 61
Jun 24, 2017
I don't think that you should have the Graviton even though you do state it in the directions. Mainly because it has not been discovered. But I do think that you have to add the Higgs Boson. That is a particle that should count as a boson.
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Level 70
Jun 25, 2017
The Higgs boson isn't considered a fundamental force carrier as it behaves in a different way from the other ones. I have done a little research and have decided to leave it out.

The graviton is theoretical but I do say in the instructions one is theoretical, it is widely accepted as an actual thing by physicists and astronomers although it is yet to be proven.

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Level 70
Aug 3, 2017
The Higgs boson is not a fundamental force carrier, but it is still a fundamental particle. It is a scalar boson. W bosons come in two varieties - W+ bosons and W- bosons, and there are eight types of gluon. I am not really sure how you have decided what to include, what not to and what to combine.
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Level 28
Nov 13, 2017
You should accept "w" for "w boson" and "z" for "z boson."
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Level 70
Nov 20, 2017
Do people refer to them as z and w though? If they do then I will, but personally I say z boson or w boson