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Hi everyone... I have answered already a lot of questions here on the topic of the different elementary particles...
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what is the physical meaning of the scattering length of neutrons? What does mean -ve scattering length( for instance...
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I have the following contour integral form of Wick's theorem (C indicating contraction): C=\frac{1}{2 \pi i} \int...
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In Standard Model, we have 19 free parameters: me Electron mass 511 keV mμ Muon mass 106 MeV mτ Tauon mass ...
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Quick question. If particles that mediate interactions are called gauge bosons, why isn't Pion considered a gauge...
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Dear experts, Does renormalization mean discarding corrections to a known constant? I mean, we assign a known...
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I am facing a dilemma which leaves me quite puzzled. I hope someone can straighten this out. The short version is...
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Hey. I was wondering, can we 'see' antimatter? By this, I mean, does a positron ever emit photons, or can we shine a...
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I have been researching about fusion power to understand how it operates during thermonuclear reactions. I do not...
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I have a few questions about this. My understanding is this: In the canonical approach to QFT there is an ambiguity...
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Hey all, My year 13 physics students stumped me with this one: Why don't Neutron-Neutron (or P-P for that matter)...
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I was going through an article on antiparticles: The article...
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I've been searching online and in my qft books (im an early phd student) and I can't find a clear explanation. If you...
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I've been wondering, Iron has the most binding energy per nucleon amongst elements and thus realized to be the most...
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The nuclear shell model is based on the shell model for electrons, and in the electron shell model, lasing is possible...
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Hello! What do we mean when we say a particle in on shell? What is off shell? I gather it is related to energy and...
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In my physics class my teacher said that a meson is made up of one quark and one anti-quark. But when, for example,...
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Can we use this tool for computing cross-section?
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To my understanding this is an electron in the K-Shell being absorbed by the the nucleus and along with a proton...
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I am reading a book (Di Francesco's "CFT", pg 337) in which it is given that if we take the operator that translates...
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Can someone please tell me the history of high-energy electron-positron collisions? In specific when was it...
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I have a few questions: 1) The tensor product of two matrices is define by A \otimes B =\left(...
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For SU(2) rotational invariance there is a clear interpretation of what all the generators mean. They correspond to...
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I was reading about AdS/CFT and its possible description of superconductors. It is said that superconductors may...
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Question: Does the dimensionless quantity derived from the constants below have any physical meaning? ...
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I'm looking for a probability plot for the beam target D-D & D-T reaction versus deuteron energy. I can calculate the...
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What is Universal weak coupling hypothesis?
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i am a student working on theoretical atomic, molecular, optical physics i now need to know some techniques in...
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assume that we have N spin-1 bosons all on the same spatial orbit. The problem is that what values the total...
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Hi there! The experiment: I'm counting Gamma and beta rays emitted from gamma and beta cylindrical sources, for...
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If I have a theory... some Lagrangian and I need to impose a gauge condition... what is more preferable 1) The...
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An understandable explanation please.
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Hi. I'm doing some jobs about hadron physics, and i have a question now. How can i make a three body phase space...
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Would anyone care to explain this equation/model to me? Here is the link:...
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Suppose an antimatter at lower energy(K.E) collides with a matter in higher energy then what will be the output.
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Can antimatter(positron) can be converted into a matter(electron) . If yes what other particles are created in that...
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Gluon is massless particle ,why strong interaction is short-range force?
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Abbas Sherif
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Reference: Ununbium - Wikipedia
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Hi, 1: I just want to ask that what does SU(3) x SU(2) x U(1) means? and when a lagrangian is invariant under...
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