The quark model: A personal perspective
The idea that protons and neutrons were composed of even smaller particles, with non-integral electric charges, was proposed in 1963/64 by Andre Petermann, George Zweig and Murray Gell-Mann, who dubbed them “quarks.” It was not until the mid-1970s, however, that the quark model became widely accepted.
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