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I have a problem understanding the attached part of the book... Specifically how they derived this result for the...
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the wiki article on the higgs mechanism says "at a critical temprature the higgs field becomes tachyonic". Does it? If...
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Considering the modelling of a high energy proton beam neutrino experiment. I have questions concerning the scattering...
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Sorry, brand new here and this may be in the wrong place or very obvious. When matter and antimatter annihilate is the...
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what is breit wigner distribution function ? it is used in resonance scan means it decides the no of events for any...
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Can anyone suggest any study material for EXB sector field mass analysers?
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I am trying to understand what the author means by the attachment (the underlined phrase). In my understanding if...
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In my book it says for the ##\pi N ## state: ##|\pi N; \frac{3}{2},\frac{3}{2}\rangle =|\pi ;1,1\rangle | N;...
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Hi everybody, I am trying to set up a lab experiment on muon detection and determination of its decay time. I...
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why is that particles such as the tau muon have a short lifespan and why is it that particles decay into other...
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I wanna gain an understanding of Higgs mechanism I know I can't understand it precisely without knowing enough group...
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I'm not sure if I can ask this question clearly, but anyway... We have this collection of 17 or so particles. Some...
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Is there some rumour about experimental measurements of decays into two photos that I have missed?
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This is just for fun so dont take it too seriously... So I've read about particle beam weapons and as far as I...
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Hi all, Have any one idea about the recent Higgs searches at the LHC ? I mean after finding the SM Higgs , is...
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Could you stop an incoming nuke with an emp? Would it disable the nuke, or just detonate? Or even hav no effect, what...
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Hello, Well, as the subject line asks.... If the answer to this question is yes, how exactly does one create...
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Hey, I've been reading a bit in the QFT book by Pierre Ramond about loops and i stumbled about some derivations in...
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I'm pretty new to quantum mechanics, but I find the idea of a higgs field very interesting. I'm not sure if I...
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I asked this in a thread on string theory, but the answer could well be in the standard model, so here I ask the same...
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I am reading about group theory in particle physics and I'm slightly confused about the word "representation". ...
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How can I prove by using the Lagrangian of some gauge theory (GWS say) that the vertex ##f \rightarrow f \gamma ##,...
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Hi all I found these equalities from Gordon Brown (1963). He uses the killing form to measure the length of the...
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So I think, as a rule of thumb that for fission to be possible \frac{Z^2}{A}\geq47 I want to be able to derive this...
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How do protons and neutrons behave in nucleus? Is they just sit where? Or move some how? or maybe jei form some form...
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Not sure if applicable here but I was doing some reading on ITER the fusion reactor. I have read about "Test Blanket...
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what's $5\sigma$ discovery contour? Thanks
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how to solve this equation using mesh point method? and what is the mesh point?
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Current main stream theory is neutrinos must have mass. Recent paper claims its on the order of 5 to 50 eV (I've...
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