A plot showing measurements of the "strong coupling constant" at different energies. The fact that this strong nuclear force analogue of the electron's charge decreases as the energy of the experiment increases is called "asymptotic freedom". It was predicted by Gross, Politzer, and Wilczek in the early 1970's. They won the 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics for this work. The blue band represents the predictions obtained from contemporary implementations of Gross, Politzer, and Wilczek's idea.
 
 
 
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