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electroweak theory

[ ih-lek-troh-week theer-ee ]
/ 瑟藞l蓻k tro蕣藢wik 藢胃瑟蓹r i /
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Also called Sa路lam-Wein路berg the路o路ry [sah-lahm-wahyn-berg], /s蓱藞l蓱m藞wa瑟n b蓹rg/, Wein路berg-Sa路lam the路o路ry [wahyn-berg-sah-lahm] /藞wa瑟n b蓹rg s蓱藞l蓱m/ .

Origin of electroweak theory

First recorded in 1975鈥80; electro- + weak; alternative names after U.S. physicist Steven Weinberg (1933鈥2021) and Pakistani physicist Abdus Salam (1926鈥96)
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