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Posted by MN Karthik/">MN Karthik on October 5, 1999 21:52:00 UTC

I remember reading somewhere that leptons themselves get broken down like hadrons when they are within the Chandrashekar limit of a blackhole. This could mean that leptons may also be made of particles smalle than quarks, right? Any ideas/info on this? Thanks!

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