Abstract and Introduction
Related to the momentum concept, many L type 1-state bits may represent future particle motion . Toward precise definition of leptons and quarks, elementary particle states were studied at zero Kelvin where particle motion is zero  thereby removing this momentum-related component. Results confirm previous reports   where eight elementary particles  may be clearly distinguished by their specific states (Figs. 1 to 3). To further assess the effect of extreme cooling on system state, two conditions were compared: 1) zero Kelvin with zero particle motion and 2) a greater energy density with higher temperature and particle motion (Figs. 4 and 5). These data provide specific event detection criteria which may be incorporated in system state time-evolution and analysis software.