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The Gluons in Particles

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Abstract: This article proves that the number of gluons is conserved in strong interaction and non-conserved in weak interaction by extending the idea that the quark is composed of gluons to other particles. It explains why the parity is non-conserved in weak interaction, why the fermions could be divided into the three generations, why the antiparticle of neutrino is itself and why the neutrino oscillation exists.

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