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Looking at the table of isotopic masses table it seems that certain atoms, as 64Zn or 58Ni, could be able to capture...
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Iíve been trying to find specifics about quarks and gluons, and it seems like not a lot is known. If Iíve got...
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http://physicsweb.org/article/news/7/11/7 This people claims that is possible that they have discovered a particle...
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Can gluons exist outside of their association with quarks? If so has any experiment shown it and what has it shown?
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As I understand it, gluons have no rest mass. In answering my previous question, particles consisting of gluons...
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Hi all, what are Bosons? What are the types of bosons? I know a bit about Z Boson and W boson. Please explain a...
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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...
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Has anyone heard the statement that a cloud of electrons neither reflects, transmits or absorbs any light therefore...
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Quarks come in three pairs (u,d), (c,s), (t,b). For the lowest energy pair, the masses are approximately the same. ...
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photons and gluons have the same mass, charge, width and GeV? so what tells them apart?
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what is the predicted charge & mass of a leptoquark (theoreticaly)?
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Where dummies = physicists (me!). I've been baffled thus far by statements such as "SU(2) is a representation of such...
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with intense gravity the strong force between quarks are weakened. would it be possible that under extreme...
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The Standard Model defines Bosons, along with Fermions, as Fundamental Particles. At the same time, Mesons, which...
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there are two forces, the nuclear force which binds protons and neutrons together. However as the size of the nucleus...
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Thompson Scattering is photon scattering from a Beta Particle Surface. Beta particle mass is a fundamental nuclear...
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