electroweak

[ih-lek-troh-week]
adjective
noting or pertaining to a theory or the phenomena associated with electromagnetic and weak fields and their interactions. Compare electroweak theory.
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We don't know how to quantize gravity, or what the dark matter is, or what breaks electroweak symmetry.
The scale of lepton number breaking can be much higher than the electroweak scale in this case.
In addition, studies are underway of electroweak reaction rates relevant to astrophysical processes in dense nuclear matter.
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