No, their detection requires a collider, they are a subatomic particle and their existence is inferred by their affect on other particle of matter, not by light waves.
It includes establishments making high-energy particle acceleration systems and equipment
The Higgs boson is referred to as the God particle for the reason that this kind of particle is predicted in physics theory of the Standard Model. Although the particle has nothing to do with God, the belief is, that the detection of this particle would lead to many explanations about the creation of the universe and the big bang and what caused it.
Hal Hellman has written: 'Atomic particle detection' 'Controlled guidance systems'
Active biological Transport.
A particle count test is usually done using a hand held particle counter. The purpose is to sort aerosolized particles into different aerodynamic sizes and then count in units of x/cubic meter of air. Airborne particle counts are done to monitor clean-room atmospheres and air environments in the workplace.
This allows rapid and sensitive detection of antibodies that are markers of such diseases, as infectious mononucleosis and rheumatoid arthritis
computers, electrical equipment, farm equipment, fertilizer, food products, lumber, paper products, particle board
it depends what gas particle's you have but it does work if you have the right equipment.
If it consists only of these two components it is a virus.