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For n by n matrices H^{+}_n H^{-}_n a(Hn+)(bHn-)=n^(m-1)Hn+, if a and b are even integers, ...
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Quantized space H can only exist in one dimension. Its equation is given by equation 1-1, the square of the total...
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Hooke's Law: W(x) = - \frac{kx^2}{2} k - spring force constant Yukawa Potential: U(r) = - f^2 \frac{e^-...
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Strong Nuclear Quantum Chromodynamics: (SQCD) \alpha_s \left( E \right) = \frac{12 \pi}{ \left(33 - 2N_f \right) ln...
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Here is a paper that maybe interesting:http://uk.arxiv.org/PS_cache/physics/pdf/0401/0401153.pdf
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In the experiments, researchers fired a rare isotope of calcium at a target made from americium. The new element 115...
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could you give here links and information on anything about photons found and relative still from the past 2 years of...
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Is there any general procedure to construct the generators of a SU(n) group?
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Hello all I am new here, please pardon me if I have posted to the wrong board. My question should be fairly simple....
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Highest Temperature The highest temperature created by humans is 905 million deg F - 30 times hotter than the...
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0) A prize of 600 Euro will we awarded to the first article published in a peer reviewed section of any of the...
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What is the average number of collisions per boson, or per fermion, over the age of the universe, or as a function of...
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I have a problem to solve: Suppose I have an orbital with angular momentum of single-particle J=5/2 (then M=+-5/2,...
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We are known that there are the particles without the charge but with mass. Why Gravitational Solitons we cannot to...
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Undoubtedly this question must have been asked dozens of times and I apologize, just a thought that blasted through my...
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What causes a right-circularly polarised wave to be reflected by a right-handed cholesteric liquid crystal? Similarly,...
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What physical mean does the Fermi Energy of a nucleus have? How would it related to the average energy of a nucleus? I...
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Classical Quantum Electrodynamics: (QED) Classical QED gravitational Fine Structure Constant: \propto_g =...
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Hi ppl... I have read my text book and it simply doesn't explane this.. so here goes.. NOTE: soz if this is in the...
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Hi, I'm doing a work in english class about Radioactivity (especially Nuclear Energy and the Uses of...
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Hi.. Can anyone explain something about nuclear cross section...not the geometrical CS but the one in terms of...
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I have a fundamental question. I am reading this modern physics book, and it says that an electron and a proton that...
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Recently I am studying the structure of meson. I have a question, i.e. how many are the effective mass (or energy) of...
Jan16-05 07:23 PM
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http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/hep-ph/pdf/0207/0207175.pdf
Jan15-05 01:50 AM
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Hi all I would like to know about nuclear spectroscopy using Semiconductor detectors like Ge(Li), Si(Li). And also...
Dec10-04 07:59 AM
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Hi everybody can u tell me something about the internal conversion process ? And how r the conversion...
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What is the energy of the photon emitted when a positronium atom goes from the n=3 state to the n=1 state? Edit:...
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Pls enlighten me about when a nucleus is called as soft, transitional, deformed? ...
Jan16-05 09:38 PM
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What is the explanation for some nuclides having these giant thermal neutron capturing cross sections? Like the...
Jan24-05 02:31 PM
Pieter Kuiper
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I wasn't sure where to put this, but here is a site which gives a good summary of what's going on at CERN Accelerators...
Feb6-05 12:16 PM
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Hi, I have read some texts on the Internet on neutrino detection but I have some things I hope you can clarify.. ...
Feb27-05 08:33 PM
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I am making an exploratory search for papers (GUT models, SymBreaking, etc...) "predicting" the mass of Higgs at a...
Mar17-05 02:34 PM
arivero
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i have been reading a breif history of time. It gives examples of how the 0,1, and 2 spins appear, but it does not...
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PhysOrg recently release an article about Professor Lene Hau, known for slowing light WAY down, using ultra-cold...
Apr14-05 07:27 PM
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Could someone please explain how the Feynman Lectures in Physics is relevant to a Penning Trap? :smile:
Jun8-05 01:57 PM
infinitetime
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This article http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0412099 while several years old, is a nice summary of the state of the...
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Hello I'm a french student, I'm actually not sure this is the good place to ask my question but as it deals with...
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In the Plenary Session #1 of the Space Nuclear Conference 2005, Samuel C. C. Ting gave a presentation on the AMS-02,...
Jun12-05 08:21 PM
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This paper: http://www.phys.psu.edu/~cteq/schools/summer05/han/han.pdf explains with nice illustrations the...
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