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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Feb23-13 08:38 AM
ZapperZ
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Or "what are particles good for?" Particles (as defined in the Bohm interpretation) exist, have well-defined...
Aug16-08 12:49 AM
DrChinese
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first, Id just like to say that Im a 4th year physics major, so Ive taken QM and GR and have a pretty good...
Aug15-08 03:38 PM
Fredrik
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how does dimensional regularization work ? i see , how can you calculate integrals in d-dimensions of the form ...
Aug15-08 01:01 PM
Avodyne
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A swap-test is described here...
Aug15-08 12:16 PM
Dragonfall
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Hey guys, I wanted to know if there is any other (more physical math) reason why schrodinger's equation is not valid...
Aug15-08 10:55 AM
cathalcummins
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I am having trouble understand why the klein-gordan eqn is accepted to describe spin 0 particles since it gives the...
Aug15-08 09:58 AM
clem
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Hi! Has anybody seen the perturbative expansion of the generating functional of QCD Z expressed with Feynman...
Aug15-08 04:56 AM
Sunset
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is hv as we all know, but how do with derive it from Einstein's special theory of relativity? any pointer to help me...
Aug15-08 03:25 AM
cesiumfrog
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Hi there! I'm struggling a bit with running couplings. Srednicki introduces dimensional regularization and the...
Aug14-08 03:37 PM
Avodyne
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reading...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuzzy_logic the question is if we must stablish the fuzzy logic as a method to...
Aug14-08 10:03 AM
mangoo87
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Hi. I have some basic (naive, ignorant) questions regarding the empirical nature of quantum particles. That is, in...
Aug14-08 06:58 AM
ShaneS
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It is often said that the field operator \hat{\phi}(x) of some free field theory, e.g. Klein-Gordon or Dirac, acting...
Aug13-08 10:07 PM
Hans de Vries
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My knowledge of QM is far from great, but I can't figure out what I'm missing here. When looking for e.g. an...
Aug13-08 07:02 PM
DieCommie
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Currently I am working through a script concerning QFT. To introduce the concept of canonical filed quantisation one...
Aug13-08 05:23 PM
Hans de Vries
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my question is let be the integral , with \Lambda \rightarrow \infty \int_{0}^{\Lambda} dp...
Aug13-08 01:52 PM
mhill
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Are they real are what? I've read in various places on the internet that there is a vast amount of energy stored in...
Aug13-08 01:09 PM
H0T_S0UP
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could anyone suggest the methods for solving the energy eigenvalues in a 1d finite potential well. are there any...
Aug13-08 07:41 AM
G01
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Hallo, I would like to know why physicists are always seeking for irreducible representation of a given group. I...
Aug12-08 08:34 PM
Fredrik
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Hi I was interested in Quantum Mechanics so I started reading some books about it. When I was reading about...
Aug12-08 04:40 PM
lightarrow
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what does it mean when somebody says that a particle is on its mass shell? I have somewhat but not full understanding...
Aug11-08 06:06 PM
cosmik debris
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I'm running a simple limiting case of a simulation with the expression: exp(-i*H*t), where H is the hamiltonian, in...
Aug11-08 04:39 PM
CompuChip
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When the depth of a quantum well increases, the first level increases or decreases its energy with respect of the...
Aug11-08 03:51 PM
jtbell
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hey everyone, My names aaron and im a year 12 student studying physics. We have to learn about both the wave and...
Aug11-08 09:53 AM
Usaf Moji
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In photon polarization placing a horizontal polarizer in a beam of randomly polarized photons allows only half the...
Aug11-08 09:48 AM
DrChinese
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Suppose you have a fine layer of dust facing perpendicular to a strong gravitational body. If gravitons are point...
Aug11-08 12:41 AM
Landru
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Why shud one take the Fourier transform of a wavefunction and multiply the result with its conjugate to get the...
Aug10-08 09:49 PM
G01
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Hello. I'm a 15 year old student interested in theoretical physics. I took Calculus I in 7th grade at Hood College,...
Aug10-08 04:44 PM
excogitator
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I was watching a video about Quantum Mechanics and the double slit experiment which shows electrons to be both a wave...
Aug9-08 09:08 PM
JayHarryBeck
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Hi everybody, I was just wondering if humans have discovered the fundamental nature of matter (or energy). If not,...
Aug8-08 08:30 PM
jtbell
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The explanations I have found in quantum mechanics books as to why the momentum operator is considered to be the...
Aug8-08 06:22 PM
cathalcummins
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Hi - could someone briefly explain a Feyman Diagram (example?). Does this replace one or more complex QED model(s)? ...
Aug8-08 05:04 PM
Simone_beet
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Hi all, I've been looking at the problem of two interacting electrons in a 1D infinite well and wanted to run my...
Aug8-08 04:53 PM
badphysicist
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How do you entangle photons?
Aug8-08 07:24 AM
jtbell
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Hello Im having 2 questions I'm investigating NIR light propagation in tissue such as the skin and my question is: ...
Aug8-08 06:13 AM
evidenso
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Have anyone done the GHZ experiment? As I understand it from a book I read QM predicts detections that hidden...
Aug7-08 02:56 PM
uknwe
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Are there any particles (atomic, subatomic) that on average travel very slowly? As in, why is it that photons,...
Aug7-08 01:26 PM
clem
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This is a fairly simple question, but the first such question I have done. Inorder to check my work I was hoping...
Aug7-08 10:41 AM
Marthius
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Maybe I don't even have the terminology correct for this... I'm a quantum physics noob :) My question is this: ...
Aug7-08 09:25 AM
DrChinese
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At low velocity the group velocity is double the phase velocity (velocity of de Broglie waves). But phase velocity is...
Aug7-08 12:24 AM
cesiumfrog
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Hi! I wonder if the Feynman rules in momentum space can also be applied to disconnected diagrams. So aussume I have...
Aug6-08 02:32 PM
Sunset
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