27th March 2008 - 01:32 PM
Hi NYAP, prometheus,
NYAP, also realize that there are 3 types of neutrinos (hence 3 types of anti-neutrinos). The most stable is the electron neutrino, but, depending on the reaction, we can create muon neutrinos and tau neutrinos also (including their anti's of course).
The Stanford Linear particle accelerator creates all kinds of elementary particles (including anti-matter).
A fun website that gives a good look into how and why certain elementary particles are "generated" and what characteristics have to be conserved is:http://particleadventure.org/frameless/lep...nservation.htmlhttp://particleadventure.org/
The first link is specific to your question, the second link is 'home'.
It made appear like a children's book, but there's a wealth of knowledge about the standard model at this site.