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; Can someone explain to me (in layman's terms,) how it might be possible to associate the interactions of the...
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During certain processes, there can be free neutrons. If an accelerator beam hits into a target, it can spray...
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Would it be an appropriate analogy to say that the look else where effect is like shooting pool without calling your...
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If only left handed fields couple in the weak force, and we can boost to a frame that changes left handed fields to...
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Hi, this is probably very simple. 1) What is the product of two singlets? 2) What is the product of two singlets...
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Of all the baryons, why are protons the only known stable combination of quarks? Why are neutrons more stable by more...
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Hi all, I'm trying to understand the solution to a problem from a textbook. We're asked to find the...
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Hello, If I understand correctly, the argument for a neutron (usually) not decaying when in a nucleus, is that the...
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I recently saw the Evaluated Nuclear Data File provided by Brookhaven national lab., where in i saw the plot of...
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I'm trying to learn the basic theory of neutrino oscillations at a postgraduate level. I have a few things that are...
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Hello, I'm taking a particle physics class and we're using Griffiths' book "Introduction to Elementary Particles"....
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Why isn't it breaking even? Is it just too much energy is needed to cause it? Or it needs to be a continuous reaction?...
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I used SoftSUSY 3.1.7 to create a spectrum that I'd now like to input into MadGraph 5 to compute cross sections with....
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The vector representation of the Lorentz algebra in 4 dimensions can be very explicitly given by six 4x4 matrices....
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In (3+1) dimension Poincare group has three types of Symmetries : I. Space-time translations - 4 II. Spatial...
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They say that a photon has two degrees of freedom, its two polarization states. Does that also mean that the...
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To what extent is fair to say that mass is anti-energy or the opposite of energy? Energy makes "things" move...
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Can anyone tell me, in detail, about Neutron - Proton interaction. Newbie here, so please use easy words(i know enough...
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Is there some agreement about if the Wick rotation must produce exactly the same mass that the un-rotated equation, or...
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they are in two different generations, but they would behave in the exact same way. maybe we can tell from neutrinos?...
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1. How is the size of an atom defined? Shouldn't it be the size of the universe? Is it defined as: The max span of an...
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Fermions are well known for NOT being able to exist in the same state, whereas bosons can. Hence why once an S...
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Now that the superluminal neutrino fiasco is winding down, I'm interested in seeing if I can consolidate what I know...
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I just wanted some feedback on a paper I just finished. Did I do everything correctly and does it make sense? It...
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Hi folks -- does anyone happen to know a reference in which it is shown that if a theory has the Gaussian fixed point...
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I don't understand where radioactive decay comes from. Everything I've read discusses how the environment can...
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All the radioactive elements emit either alpha, beta, never both and maybe sometimes gamma with these. But why do they...
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I'm trying to understand a bit about CP violation and how it relates to neutrino oscillation. I have a book,...
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If matter composed of quarks of positive charge, and anti-quarks have negative charge, why do we call electrons...
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I've read that the neutron has a magnetic moment because it is made of composite particles, namely 1 up and 2 down...
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This question might be beyond our current knowledge but i want to make sure. The reason why fermions do not overlap is...
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