# High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics

- Properties, relationships, and interactions of subatomic particles. Exp. & theo. physics of nuclei & elementary particles
 Views: 414 Announcement: End of year contest, $75+$50 prize! Dec18-13 Meta Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Pinned: Forum Rules Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines. If you are seeking help with a... Feb23-13 09:41 AM ZapperZ 1 19,146 Pinned: Higgs particle is 'found' ( 1 2 3 ... Last) God particle is 'found': Scientists at Cern expected to announce on Wednesday Higgs boson particle has been discovered... Jul11-12 02:13 AM tom.stoer 178 27,430 Neutron= proton + electron? ( 1 2 3 ... Last) Wow. Clean slate! I like the format! And I've got a question. In elementary physics, it is said that the neutron... Dec2-03 01:34 PM arivero 74 56,981 Hi,I need some help here. Why the Compton effect can not be noticed when we are using light from the visible... Oct1-03 12:18 AM Floyd Flanigan 12 5,310 This guy is effectively asking for donations on EBay:... Sep26-03 02:46 PM Ivan Seeking 2 5,444 Ok, here goes nothing... Gravity bends photon trajectory, correct? This can be varrified by experiments... Oct1-03 06:19 PM chroot 9 6,391 We all know that, according to general relativity, all particles feel the gravitational force. The other forces are... Oct25-03 12:07 AM Ambitwistor 23 4,386 i was recently watching a TV program about british and norwegian soldiers who sabotaged a 'heavy water' factory in... Oct16-03 05:53 PM ranyart 8 3,763 Well, hi guys, I know I am new to this forum and all but I am having a mental block with one of my physics questions.... Oct19-03 03:18 PM lavalamp 1 2,767 Looking at the table of isotopic masses table it seems that certain atoms, as 64Zn or 58Ni, could be able to capture... Nov4-03 03:55 AM arivero 6 4,205 I’ve been trying to find specifics about quarks and gluons, and it seems like not a lot is known. If I’ve got... Nov12-03 05:06 PM mormonator_rm 4 3,235 http://physicsweb.org/article/news/7/11/7 This people claims that is possible that they have discovered a particle... Dec2-03 10:34 AM mormonator_rm 9 4,375 Can gluons exist outside of their association with quarks? If so has any experiment shown it and what has it shown? Nov18-03 05:47 PM mathman 4 3,194 As I understand it, gluons have no rest mass. In answering my previous question, particles consisting of gluons... Nov21-03 01:56 PM mormonator_rm 2 2,709 Hi all, what are Bosons? What are the types of bosons? I know a bit about Z Boson and W boson. Please explain a... Nov21-03 12:57 PM mormonator_rm 3 4,386 in the atom if you try to look into a neutron for example you would see the quark/gluon triangle but if you use a wave... Dec3-03 11:18 AM mormonator_rm 1 2,755 What is the relationship of the nutrino to infrared? Nov29-03 01:42 AM Nereid 1 2,875 Has anyone heard the statement that a cloud of electrons neither reflects, transmits or absorbs any light therefore... Dec1-03 11:01 AM mormonator_rm 1 3,392 when electrons and protons fuse to canel out each others charge it seems my equations dotn add up, i need to know what... Dec3-03 11:11 AM mormonator_rm 6 9,522 I have to design an experiment that determines either the charge or mass of a single electron, something like was... Dec23-03 03:34 PM dlgoff 8 12,234 Quarks come in three pairs (u,d), (c,s), (t,b). For the lowest energy pair, the masses are approximately the same. ... Dec4-03 11:02 AM mormonator_rm 4 2,695 photons and gluons have the same mass, charge, width and GeV? so what tells them apart? Dec26-03 05:40 PM 1100f 12 2,691 what is the predicted charge & mass of a leptoquark (theoreticaly)? Dec4-03 11:12 AM mormonator_rm 1 2,405 Where dummies = physicists (me!). I've been baffled thus far by statements such as "SU(2) is a representation of such... Dec5-03 10:06 AM selfAdjoint 1 2,638 with intense gravity the strong force between quarks are weakened. would it be possible that under extreme... Dec16-03 03:31 PM chroot 8 3,758 Hi all, I've decided to read up on particle physics in my spare time for my own edification, but I've had some... Dec5-03 05:13 PM mormonator_rm 4 3,873 Can anyone give me a link to or information about how to build a PRACTICAL particle accelerator? Like one that would... Dec11-03 05:19 PM Ambitwistor 3 4,830 what particle holds the strong force? and whats its spin, mass and size?. (i need an answer with a refrence to a... Dec8-03 01:26 PM mormonator_rm 4 2,450 I need to design a lab that would determine the elementary charge(charge of an electron). We can not use Millikan's... Dec10-03 03:35 PM Njorl 2 2,588 What makes nuclei disintegrate at a certain point in time as opposed to another? As in, what is the fundamental reason... Dec11-03 10:03 AM aviv 19 3,691 I would like some opinions on the idea of rishons (Harari and Seidberg) please. Am I correct that this idea groups... Dec10-03 01:58 PM mormonator_rm 1 2,495 1. The light rays from the sun and artificial lights, are all light rays made up of 'photons' which travel in the form... Dec10-03 05:30 PM mathman 1 2,104 I'd like to know: -How do two opposite particles neutralize and how does one neutral particle polarize? I'm... Dec24-03 04:08 PM mormonator_rm 7 2,202 Is anyone able to tell me what happens when a down quark emits a gluon which subsequently decays? It’s for my... Dec18-03 01:04 PM mormonator_rm 15 2,468 The Standard Model defines Bosons, along with Fermions, as Fundamental Particles. At the same time, Mesons, which... Dec21-03 08:48 PM mathman 1 3,635 there are two forces, the nuclear force which binds protons and neutrons together. However as the size of the nucleus... Dec28-03 11:34 PM mormonator_rm 5 13,112 Hope some of the resident experts in particle physics can respond to it, because I'm unable to find a response to the... Dec27-03 10:29 PM Yustas 2 3,585 ... Dec30-03 01:04 PM Norman 7 2,002 basic atom & molecule physics After 30 views, I hadn't received any replies to this thread as posted in the... Jan9-04 11:49 AM jimmy p 1 1,908 Thompson Scattering is photon scattering from a Beta Particle Surface. Beta particle mass is a fundamental nuclear... Jan1-04 12:56 AM Orion1 0 1,924 Mass? Mass is 4 dimensional: dr_s = space.radius (m) - 1 dimensional space dA_s = space.area (m^2) - 2... Jan6-04 09:39 AM Orion1 0 1,036 Quantized space H can only exist in one dimension. Its equation is given by equation 1-1, the square of the total... Jan9-04 12:44 PM Antonio Lao 0 1,464