How can antimatter help understand the universe?



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    Antimatter is the extension of a antiparticle to matter, where antimatter has compose of antiparticles.In 1930, Paul Dirac developed the 1st description of the electron that was consistent with both quantum mechanics and special relativity. One of this theories is that antiparticle of the electron should exist. This antielectron would be expected to have the same mass as the electron, but opposite electric charge and magnetic moment. In 1932, Carl Anderson, was looking at tracks the produced by cosmic rays in a cloud chamber. One particle looked like electrons, but the curve of its path in the magnetic field showed that it was positively charged. 

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