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Hi, I'm doing some work on DVCS and was wondering if anyone could better explain the link between FF's, PDFs, Compton...
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Hello member, does anyone knows what is meant by shake-off electrons.. please explain in simple words.. thanks
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Hello Everyone:) It's my first post ever and I'm asking for help, sorry! I have to know how to identify charm...
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just thinking cross sections here. a neutron that is freed as a result of a fission of pure U235. travels @c/10(fast!)...
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The Question: In their search for the top quark, physicists thought that another particle called the W might decay...
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Can we use Heisenberg's uncertainty relation to explain the working of high energy colliders? (Isn't it rather that...
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I'm looking for some event generator and detector simulation software. While I was searching, I found a lot of event...
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"In 97.7% of disintegrations 123I decays by electron capture to an excited state of 123Te, which has an energy of...
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Hi! I need to know what's the "hard bremsstrahlung emission". I googled it but it only showed papers (and few...
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I was reading an article about neutrinos in a Science Illustrated magazine about a month ago. And in this article it...
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Boris Kayser at Fermilab put on arXiv as nice summary of the state of the art in Neutrino Physics yesterday. It is...
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Is it possible to produce massive composite particles from a non abelian gauge theory of massless fermions? I know...
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The title says it all. I'm contrasting "stable matter" with short-lived particles that quickly decay into something...
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When a neutrino and an anti-neutrino collide they produce a photon , from what field does this photon come from. ...
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tom.stoer
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Please teach me whether it is true or not,that the domination of particles vs antiparticles is caused by the CP...
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Hello, currently I work on 2->3 scattering process. So there exist five external momenta and in my case 5 different...
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Hi all, i have a critical question. You have a point source (radioactive)..that emits 100 gamma per second. Now if...
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Got a quick question on gauge particles: why are they always spin-1? Is it because they are introduced into theories...
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Hello, The Feynman graph of muon decay is...
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How would the universe with standard model w/o Higgs look like? I guess confinement would still cause...
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Looking at the fission of Uranium 235, the typical end product will be Barium 141 and Krypton 92, and 3 neutrons....
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Hello, Now that there's only one week left until the LHC starts working on the collisions, I think it's a good idea...
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Let's say two nuclei fuse (proton and neutron), it will do effects such as generate energy and so on...my question is,...
Dec15-10 05:26 AM
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Hey, I think I read somewhere (though can't find it now) that Feynman was looking for a 'particle' version of quantum...
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hi there, now I've been googling around for ages now trying to find this answer but i cant i have read time and...
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When people discuss the Schwinger model, sometimes they still call the electron field spin-1/2 and the EM field...
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tom.stoer
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Can someone please explain the word flavour, when used to describe types of particle, to a none expert.
Dec6-04 11:35 AM
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Can someone please explain me with what and how antimatter is created. thanks!
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Hi, got an exam tomorrow for particle physics and need a question answered concerning helicity. How would it be...
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The Higgs particle is said to be required for mass. Does this mass in this case mean inertia? Surely all that is...
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What is the angular distribution from a monoenergetic source of alpha particles (5.5Mev) scattered from Helium?
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Hi guys, i'm studying Conformal Field Theory using the big yellow book by Senechal et al. So far everything has...
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I wondered if the following decay was possible: \Xi^0 \to \Lambda + \pi^0 The only mechanism I can think of is...
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So here it is: What is the energy released when one mole of deterium(?) undergoes complete fusion? Oh, here's the...
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Im not too clear on how the scattering process may be used to probe the excitaion structure of the nucleus. Can...
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Hi, I'm currently producing an undergraduate poster on CP violation and I have a few questions: - Was K0 ->...
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What is the difference between the two, in that EM calorimeter will stop photons and electrons effectively wheras...
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Hi! I read a text were some kind of "Schroedinger-equation" for a neutrino field is being derived. But there is a...
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Hey folks, i recently stumbled across the notion "leading color" in some qcd paper. What puzzles me is, how can the...
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Hi guys, i'm looking at one-loop calculations in terms of helicity spinor (basically a paper by Brandhuber,...
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