Positron

A positron is the antimatter equivalent of the electron.  Therefore, the positron would have a positive charge where the electron has a negative charge, and it would also have the same mass as an electron.  When a positron and an electron meet, there is supposed to be a huge release of energy.

 

 

 

 
 
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