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Hi I'm trying to understand how the sum over spin polarizations is treated when using the Narrow Width...
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Hello Everybody, I am learning QFT using Sidney Colemans lecture notes (and the Peskin Schroeder book). They can be...
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Some researchers seem to have measured the proton as being 4% smaller than previously thought: ...
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Why do some isotopes occur naturally even though a seemingly valid decay with non-negligible energy release ~Mev,...
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Okay, so I've just begun to have a grasp on the concepts of quantum chromodynamics. And what amazes me is that quarks...
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Material in context is in a different color (blue) Okay I'd like to first begin by claiming/stating a few things....
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Hi! I have a little problem. Consider a 4-fermion interaction (neglecting constant factors) of the form ...
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Say we have a particle, what are the most fundamental properties that distinguishes it from another kind of a...
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Or, more generally, can we destroy a nucleon? I know we can convert between a proton and a neutron, but what about...
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I'd just like to clarify something I read on Wikipedia: "The branching ratio of the common purely leptonic tau...
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Physicists often remark about the absence of antimatter in the universe. My question here sounds simple, but the...
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I've read that the experimental results of Z-Boson resonance confirm the theoretical expectations that there are...
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What's the least energy required to create a fundamental particle of mass m,what would be ur answer? mc^2 or 2mc^2 ...
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I read that matter-antimatter annihilation is not as useful as we thought because a large amount of energy is carried...
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On decays I have only a preliminary understanding. I was looking up the half life of a neutron for another reason. ...
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Hi, I am reading in some books that after the \beta-decay of neutrons, the maximum energy of the resulting...
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I remember learning that a pseudoscalar is one that changes sign under a parity inversion, like the determinant of a...
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I understand that nucleons (protons and neutrons) consist of 3 valence quarks and a sea of other stuff, virtual...
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In Mark Srednicki's book "Quantum Field Theory" He says that a tensor field B^{αβ} with no particular symmetry can...
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In quark-level diagrams of decays, I often see, for instance, a baryon with one quark emitting a gluon and then the...
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During nuclear fission a heavy nucleus of low binding energy splits into two middle mass nuclei with high binding...
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It is well known due to the famous argument by Dyson that the perturbation series for quantum electrodynamics has zero...
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Provided they aren't in an excited state (which would allow a decay via EM or strong). I had a question asking why the...
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Why does the Z boson only decay to fermion-antifermion pairs? I'd just like to understand the basic reason why...
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Hello! I have a small question, and Im not sure if im missing something: Today I glanced at the wikipedia page for...
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100mbq tc 99 requires how much mo 99? Answer in number of atoms, assume equilibrium conditions: 67/6.4 *1x10^8 = 1...
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can anyone give an example in which a nucleus absorbs a neutron and becomes a stable nucleus? or the combination...
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Part 1----------------------------------------- Ok, the site I have just read through is this one. I have a few...
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protons and neutrons interact with each other with the strong force, which is very strong however, there are many...
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Ive searched in vain for a listing of what particles with which interactions decay into which particles. This is a...
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I'm looking at a model of plasma which is using the quantum Boltzmann kinetic equation in the non-degenerate limit. I...
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When two high energy photons collide with each other, what determines whether a pair production results or whether a...
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(high school level physics btw) apparently all baryons eventually decay into protons, so I was just curious to know...
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Not sure where to post this, but this question has been frustrating me for hours now because I'm pretty sure it has a...
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Would it just be the same as with two electrons? (or any other pair of particles with the same charge) ...
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If two protons collide at the LHC and a quark from each undergo a weak interaction together to form a W/Z boson, then...
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