Hi, I am currently an undergraduate student and I am writing my undergraduate research paper right now.
The thesis is about searching for heavy Majorana type neutrinos.
While writing the paper, I really need some 'right word' but I can't find it so let me explain it here, and it would be very...
So Casimir effect tells us that
there was energy in the vacuum before the push, and this vacuum energy was used to push the metal plates.
Therefore, "Vacuum contains energy"?
Thanks
Sorry, you didn't get my point. My bad, poor english. Hawking radiation conserves energy, right?
The process is this.
1.blackhole in a total vacuum
2.creation of virtual particle
3.only one sucked into blackhole
4.unsucked virtual particle loses its partner and becomes real
1.->4. : vacuum ->...
I currently watched a video on youtube about Casimir effect
and here's the link
The professor in the video talks about Casimir effect and Hawking's blackhole radiation
While talking about blackhole radiation, he says that mass of blackhole decreases if some particle or antiparticle loses...
I don't get it...
Isn't the g factor something very similar to gyromagnetic ratio?
And, I would like to know what you mean by 'energy differences of each state'.
Are you talking about the electric potential energy? Or is it something else?
Hi, last week I read Rabi's paper "The Molcular Beam Resonance Method".
This paper contains the basic idea of the oscillation which we call "Rabi Oscillation" as many of you guys know.
However, at the end of this paper, Rabi calculates nuclear magnetic moments of Li (atomic mass 6), Li (atomic...
Hi, last week I read Rabi's paper "The Molcular Beam Resonance Method".
This paper contains the basic idea of the oscillation which we call "Rabi Oscillation" as many of you guys know.
However, at the end of this paper, Rabi calculates nuclear magnetic moments of Li (atomic mass 6), Li (atomic...
1. Homework Statement
let [1> and [2> mutually orthogonal states (eigenstates of some Hermitian operator).
the Hamiltonian operator is given by H=c[1><2]+c[2><1], where c is a real number.
(a) calculate the eigenstates and corresponding eigenvalues of H
(b) if the initial state of the...
Myoglobin is a globular protein, with molar mass m ≈ 17,000g/mole. The buoyant correction typically reduces m to m' ≈ 0.25m. Calculate the concentration ratio of the protein at the top of a 4 cm test tube and that at the bottom.
Here, m' stands for effective mass.
I tried as below.
I...
I want to ask you guys about the interpretation of Quantum Mechanics.
I am using Griffiths' Introduction To Quantum Mechanics as a textbook.
In this book, on chapter 1.3, there is an explanation about 3 different views of quantum mechanics, realistic, orthodox, agnostic.
My...