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I lost mine and I need an ftp address (+login+pass) from the Moskow State University's Photonuclear Center. It is in...
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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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I recently read that in the way we class particles if we measure the properties of two different particles and class...
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I refer to the last paragraph of http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/46592 quote: A few hundred milliseconds...
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Just a quick question, has any research instutute such as CERN managed to produce a new stable particle such as a...
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The neutron decey is proceeded bij the weak force. Therefore I would expect a lifetime of 10^{-10} second But it...
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What are generations of particles and how are they organized into the different groups. What similarities do two...
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Hello! I'm new to the forum so please don't mind any mishaps. I am very interested in the unstable radioactive...
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Can someone explain me what is mass according to the Standard Model? I read that the Higgs boson "gives" mass to...
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We're building a very high power xenon flashlamp with electrodes so far apart that some kind of pre-ionization is...
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Just curious. The Planck length is lpl = (hG/c3)1/2 = 10-33cm And it seems intuitive that it's c cube because...
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I wish to know Wood Saxon potential - the basic idea and how that can be applied for bound systems of particles....
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I've been reading up on neutrino oscillations and I have come across this issue. I know that oscillations are...
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Does anyone know where I can find experimental data on the life time of charged pion decay? More specifically the life...
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Over the years by using particle accelerators we've discovered all kinds of particles such as muons, gluons, etc. What...
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http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/magazine/physicstoday/article/66/12/10.1063/PT.3.2212
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Howdy All Yesterday i read an article about a particle with the velocity faster than the speed of light but as the...
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The absorption or emission of W bosons changes neutrons to protons or protons to neutrons.Also,W bosons are almost 100...
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Last week I was watching events at the LHC at this screen: http://lhc.web.cern.ch/lhc/ when something happened and...
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How is it possible that the strong nuclear force is directly proportional to distance? How could all the atoms in the...
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Just trying to get my head around the very basics of the Higgs discovery. Could someone describe the relationship...
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hi, does anybody know what kind of charge the "q" stand for in the higgs mechanism? I mean the mechanism between...
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How can I calculate this part? \int \frac{d^4k} {(2 \pi)^4} \frac{k_\alpha k_\beta} {(k^2-m_w^2)^2 (k^2-m_c^2)...
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi I was reviewing this paper. But I stuck in the last...
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While reviewing the paper- Coupling of a vector gauge field to a massive tensor field I found the term- 2\mu^2...
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Hello all. I am a layperson that is very interested in science. I am particularly intrigued with what results the...
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I do not like composite models of quarks and leptons; they seem to me just as decomposition of phonemes: it can be...
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I do not know if he is going, but Carl happens to have a 25 min talk allocated next Wednesday, before Koide's talk: ...
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Here are the publications of Ed Witten before 1980. I have used a small typeface for non single author publications....
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Any recommendation? I have found this one very spectacular: hep-ph/0404270 Eberhard Klempt Glueballs, Hybrids,...
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I have found a narrative reading of bootstrap theory: Bootstrap Physics: a Conversation with Geoffrey Chew. It is...
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http://www.math.ucr.edu/home/baez/octonions/node7.html contains an intriguing speculative piece: Now, if we had...
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A couple years ago it was typical to see in articles, and to hear in conferences, specially when discussing about the...
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Let me see if I get it right or I dreamed it: in order to give mass to a quark or a lepton the higgs field must be in...
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http://www.math.columbia.edu/%7Ewoit/wordpress/?p=614 Peter has allowed a kind of guest post (actually a long comment...
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Time ago I went to the NUDAT database to plot the number of known beta decays for each mass number; this is expected...
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The fermi four point interaction (consider its modern version, quark up to down plus electron plus antineutrino) is...
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