The Earth is a very expensive place when you start to get down to the bits and pieces that make it. To put a valuation to everything that comes together and makes this one planet is immense.

From the grounds came some of the most expensive things like precious stones and metals, and humans themselves have left no stone unturned in creating luxury products build with items that are rare and incredibly difficult to find.

But what is it about this material, considered to be one of the most expensive on Earth whose costs can go into the billions in rupees?

What Is Antimatter?

The material that is considered to be one of the most expensive on Earth is said to be antimatter, whose cost of just 1gm of is said to be around 62.5 trillion dollars (around 5,000 billion Indian rupees).

Antimatter when explained is just like the common matter just with an opposite electric charge. So as per Live Science, if you have an electron with a negative charge then its antimatter counterpart would be a positron with a same mass of the electron but with a positive charge.

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Antimatter, however, is extremely rare and scientists are unsure as to why this is so. That is not to say that antimatter particles have never been created, for example the Large Hadron Collider, has done so using ultra-high-speed collisions at huge particle accelerators. The collider is operated by CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research).

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Sources: Live Science, Lab Roots, News18 

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