
#1
Feb1913, 04:35 PM

P: 83

Hello all .
We know Higgs boson or Higgs particle is a theoretical elementary particle and in the Standard Model, the Higgs particle is a boson with no spin, electric charge, or color charge and it just has mass . So what's the problem when we say they are exactly energy or a form of energy ? And we know Higgs boson can decay to two photons and photons have momentum so is that mean Higss boson has momentum ? ( refer to Conservation of momentum ) 



#2
Feb1913, 05:09 PM

Sci Advisor
HW Helper
P: 11,863

A fundamental particle in specially relativistic QFT is the reunion of its attributes, one of which being the 4momentum covector with the normal components: rest mass + spatial linear momentum. The Higgs makes no exception, once its possible interactions with the rest of the fundamental particles (graphically illustrated by Feynman diagrams) are calculated.




#3
Feb1913, 06:18 PM

P: 788

That is, it doesn't make much sense. Energy is a property of individual particles, just as gas mileage is a property of individual vehicles. It makes about as much sense to say that a particle "is energy" as it makes to say that a vehicle "is gas mileage." 



#4
Apr1313, 03:53 AM

P: 83

Is Higgs boson exactly energy ?E stand on what ? How can calculate this energy ? Think about Z boson : how can we calculate momentum of Z boson in atom ? 



#5
Apr1313, 07:13 AM

Mentor
P: 15,576

"E stand on what" is not English. If you are using a machine translator, you might want to try a different one.
"How can calculate this energy ?" is not English either, and I would have said that I could figure out what you meant, except that you have the equation right there. "Think about Z boson : how can we calculate momentum of Z boson in atom ? " Please stick to the topic. 



#6
Apr1413, 11:52 PM

P: 1





#7
Apr1813, 08:38 AM

P: 82





#8
Apr1813, 05:04 PM

Mentor
P: 15,576

If you understand what "E stand on what" means, perhaps you could answer him.




#9
May113, 06:55 PM

P: 60

I've never liked all this "mass = energy" talk. It comes from E= mc^2, but how come we never talk about "frequency = energy" in the relation E = hf for a wave? If something's got mass it has some stored energy associated with it, but it's not the same thing. Energy is just a number that dictates an object's capacity to behave a certain way, it isn't "stuff", it's just a number that has to stay the same before and after you've done all your calculations.



Register to reply 
Related Discussions  
Higgs Boson and Dark Matter / Dark Energy  Astrophysics  11  
If the Boson Higgs Boson only exists for >.< long...  High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics  1  
Energy release from Graviton / Higgs Boson  Quantum Physics  5  
HIGGS BOSON . . . . what is it?  General Physics  1  
Could it be that Higgs's boson does not exist, but Higgs mechanism does?  Beyond the Standard Model  14 