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English: The pattern of weak isospin, T3, and weak hypercharge, YW, of the known elementary particles, showing electric charge along the weak mixing angle. The four components of the Higgs field (squares) break the electroweak symmetry and interact with other particles to give them mass, with three components becoming part of the massive W and Z bosons. Allowed decays of the neutral Higgs boson, H, (circled) satisfy electroweak charge conservation.
हिन्दी: ज्ञात मूलभूत कणों का दुर्बल आइसोस्पिन, T3, और दुर्बल हायपर आवेश, YW के लिए एक नमुना आरेख, जिसमें विद्युत आवेश Q को दुर्बल मिश्र कोण के साथ प्रदर्शित किया गया है। उदासीन हिग्स क्षेत्र (चाप) विद्युत-चुम्बकीय-दुर्बल सममिति विघटित करते है और अन्य कणों को द्रव्यमान युक्त करने के लिए अन्योन्य क्रिया करता है। हिग्स क्षेत्र का तृतिय घटक भारी बोसॉनों W व Z को निरुपित करता है।]
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