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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Feb23-13 08:38 AM
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When the Z boson is around can a neutrino interact with a particle other than an electron? And how does the neutrino...
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Rob Hoff
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what did feynman mean when he said "positrons are electrons travelling backward in time"?
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In chapter 2.2 of Feynman's book on QFT, he states that the probability amplitude of a particle going from a to b is...
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When drawing conclusions from this most important and profound theorem, I wonder if somebody has interpreted its proof...
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This quantum vacuum thing... i'm thinking about these virtual particles popping in and out of existence. Does that...
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I'm not 100% sure that this is the right forum to post this, but I think that the people who read the Quantum Physics...
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I am curious what a photon looks like if we could observe it pass through space. It's also supposed to be oscillation...
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Forgive me if this is a dumb question; from what I've been reading an electron can exist simultaneously in two places....
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I want to discuss the theorem proved in the article "Quantum states and generalized observables: a simple proof of...
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hey I got a questions and appreciate obv any reply. Im regarding to Capitel 12, page 128ff. from Gustafson, Sigal;...
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Hello everyone, this has been on my mind for a while and I finally realized I could just ask on here for some input :)...
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hi there... what is a point in a space? classical math tells us that a point is: - an exact location on a...
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As the only thread I've ever started before ( ) attracted a lot of...
Jul27-14 01:53 PM
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if we have two non-interacting particles of mass M in a one-dimensional harmonic oscillator potential of frequency ω,...
Jul27-14 01:04 PM
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The definition I have for a 2-point correlator is $$\langle \phi_1(x_1)\phi_2(x_2)\rangle = \frac{1}{Z} \int \mathcal...
Jul27-14 12:58 AM
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I can tell this is simple, but I'm just not seeing it: (pages 146-147) Radial equation = d^{2}u/dp^{2} = _{0}/p +...
Jul26-14 09:32 PM
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I am new here and was wondering what Schrodinger's Cat is and why it matters.
Jul26-14 09:15 PM
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I had a course of computational physics in university. When the professor wanted to non-dimensiolize the Schrodinger...
Jul26-14 03:36 PM
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Hello Forum, The electromagnetic field EM must be treated relativistically because it travels at the speed of light...
Jul26-14 10:16 AM
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Hey Everyone, Just wondering what would be a good experimental investigation involving a radioactive source and the...
Jul26-14 01:36 AM
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Hi all, I'm trying to compute the effect that a magnetic field has on the singlet and triplet states of positronium. ...
Jul25-14 11:24 PM
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I have never been to the pyramids in Egypt. I'd love to go one day. I am sure their configuration will be just as...
Jul25-14 09:17 PM
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Forgive me if some of my question sounds misguided or misinformed - I'm new to the flux pinning game. I want to be...
Jul25-14 08:58 PM
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Dirac left me in the dust at this step. Can someone please help me through it. I understand from Susskind's...
Jul25-14 08:43 PM
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Hi, I'm entering graduate school this fall and was looking to improve my computational physics knowledge. I have...
Jul25-14 08:00 PM
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Hey there Im preparing for an oral exam in mathematical quantum physics. not sure if this fits in here very...
Jul25-14 03:44 AM
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I've got a problem which is asking for the eigenvalues and eigenstates of the Hamiltonian H_0=-B_0(a_1...
Jul25-14 12:20 AM
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Just a simple question. How do we know the detector isn't messing up the double slit experiment when a single photon...
Jul24-14 10:13 PM
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So I've been self-studying from Griffiths Intro to QM to get back in shape for graduate school this fall, and I guess...
Jul24-14 09:25 PM
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On page 86 of The Principles of Quantum Mechanics, Dirac left me in his dust. I quote: ...
Jul24-14 06:03 PM
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Does modern physics allow for the existence of massless fermions?
Jul24-14 12:43 PM
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What exactly is all this 'matrix elements of vectors' stuff that Landau is talking about? I don't mean to ask...
Jul24-14 09:10 AM
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Hello Everyone, I am currently reading about when the Quantum Mechanical Theory becomes relevant. A term that...
Jul24-14 07:29 AM
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I have a few problems understanding the double slit experience and the behavior of photos due to simple observation. ...
Jul23-14 11:31 PM
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I am learning identical particles recently, but I have some problem interpreting what I am writing down. So if we have...
Jul23-14 04:26 PM
Jano L.
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The first postulate of quantum mechanics says that every physical system is associated with a separable complex...
Jul23-14 08:27 AM
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what is the INNER QUANTUM number ?
Jul23-14 08:07 AM
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Hi all! I am wondering if there is an interpretation of QM where the future is "set in stone" (for lack of a better...
Jul22-14 11:46 PM
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How do we know/observe a particle annihilating a anti-particle? Is it impossible to theorize that in the early...
Jul22-14 02:55 PM
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I thought that it would be possible to get a single photon to a double slit which would be sufficiently coherent to...
Jul22-14 10:28 AM
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