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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
God particle is 'found': Scientists at Cern expected to announce on Wednesday Higgs boson particle has been discovered...
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Feb23-13 08:41 AM
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so does the Higg field give the neutrino mass, and can neutrino velocity change? how close to c is neutrino velocity?
May11-11 09:36 AM
Vanadium 50
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Hi, For collision: k + p1 -> q + p2, where k, p1, q and p2 are 4 Vectors of the colliding particles. Any body...
Jul16-08 03:09 PM
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So I was lucky enough to visit CERN earlier this year, and they were selling t-shirts with a long equation on them....
May30-11 06:07 PM
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The question is: Assume an atom just became Lead-206--why would such an assumption be important?--when it was...
Sep10-05 07:19 PM
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Is anyone familiar with Breit-Wigner Cross section? Say, for a reaction with 2 particles in the initial state, 1...
Feb23-05 03:56 PM
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At a macroscopic level it appears that when two objects collide, they physically interact and the atoms touch. However...
Sep12-07 02:18 PM
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I was told that if there is a wavefunction containing a proton and a neutron that it must be anti-symmetric under...
Jun24-09 12:43 AM
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Has anyone heard of Milo Wolff? I recently came upon using StumbleUpon, and read the section...
Apr15-08 03:42 PM
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I'm curious about the isospin of a photon. I have been told it is a linear combination of I=1 and I=0. If I=0, then...
Feb26-04 10:08 AM
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The Higgs mechanism can give gauge bosons mass. However, in the electroweak theory, only W and Z get masses, not the...
May28-08 05:58 PM
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Hi everybody, I am a MAC OS X user, and I have a trouble with feynmf package in latex. I have downloaded the...
Sep5-07 02:13 AM
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I was curious about the evidence for the above. I found an old discussion here:...
Dec20-10 05:37 PM
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I would like to build a particle accelerator as a science project. I know it may be unrealistic, but depending upon...
Dec17-08 06:49 PM
Vanadium 50
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I've been looking for a list of all the mesons there are, but cannot seem to find it online. Anyone know just how many...
Feb3-06 05:22 PM
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Can two Bosons 'collide' in the same sense as the Fermions (Since Pauli's exclusion principle is not applicable for...
Aug10-11 01:27 PM
Ben Niehoff
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I don't understand where radioactive decay comes from. Everything I've read discusses how the environment can...
Mar17-12 06:40 PM
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Since a neutron has no charge and an electron is not involved in the strong nuclear force, does this mean that an...
Dec7-08 01:39 AM
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Hi everyone, I am wondering why large particle accelerators are not arranged in space around a planet or a moon via...
Jan12-10 05:41 AM
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what is the differece between internal conversion electrons, electron capture and auger electons? i dont understand....
Dec26-11 07:42 AM
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for my question , i will use the term 'level' hey , we know that the zone we live in is made up of atoms (level 0),...
Apr13-07 01:25 PM
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I'm currently in the process of building a new muon detector using PMTs and Scintillators...
Jan3-10 04:28 PM
Bob S
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Does anyone know how energetic the most energetic photons ever detected from a natural source were and what their...
Oct29-10 07:14 PM
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Hi all, I am about to begin my studies as an experimentalist and I keep hearing about these terms when someone...
Jan31-10 04:48 AM
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Nuclear forces are said to be non-central. By definiton of central force, angular momentum is constant. It is usually...
Sep17-05 03:41 AM
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how do we "know" it must exist? btw im new here, dont flame me too hard
Jun16-10 03:24 PM
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How to show the Proca equation by using the given Proca Lagrangian? Surely, I know the Euler-Lagrange equation, but I...
Nov30-12 10:22 AM
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Hello, I'm wondering, which force is stronger, SNF or EM, how was it proven that specific force is stronger than...
Apr20-06 05:20 PM
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Why heavier particles decay faster than lighter ones? Does Uncertainty Principle explain? How? Does Fermi's Golden...
Aug29-06 10:25 AM
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So, watching the chart of isotopes (or nuclides), where I have isotopes put according to how stable they are, I have...
Apr13-12 09:31 AM
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Just look at the simplest Hydrogen atom -- one Proton. The question is *where* exactly is the mass of this thing? Or...
Jan17-09 12:23 AM
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Does anybody know where to get the expected cross section for Z at the LHC (pp at 14 TeV)? (it would be great if you...
Jul13-05 10:55 AM
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Most common isotopes of He has 2 neutrons, Li has 3 neutrons and so on right, until Z increases to higher numbers and...
Jul18-11 09:51 AM
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I'm pretty new to particle physics. Actaully, I'm brand new to particle physics (2nd year undergraduate). I've been...
Mar9-07 06:19 PM
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Okay, I decided to start trying to understand the nulceon and delta resonances. Does anyone have suggestions for a...
Mar17-07 12:56 AM
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Does it interact with other higgs bosons? Do they also do the same? It cannot go ad infinitum or can it?
Jul11-12 08:43 AM
Dead Boss
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We know "asymptotic freedom" says that the interaction between particles, such as quarks, becomes arbitrarily weak at...
Oct15-04 12:56 PM
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Does anyone know what the necessary conditions are for a nucleus to undergo fission with a thermal neutron? I have...
Aug20-07 06:41 AM
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How did they experimentally verify that there is pair creation and annihilation in the vacuum? What kind of particles...
Jul13-09 11:52 AM
Abbas Sherif
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Hi, I am hoping someone could clear up a few things about neutrinos oscillations for me. For the sake of this...
Feb10-12 07:36 AM
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Is there a model that will permit a higgs-less model, without to much adjustment to the standard model ?
Oct21-11 04:05 AM
Vanadium 50
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