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Suppose you are working at a particle collider

  1. Apr 1, 2012 #1
    my homework has the following question:

    suppose you are working at a particle collider (such as LCH). You observe a massive particle enter a detection chamber and disappear. If momentum has to be conserved in this case, what must you conclude?


    Can someone please give me some guidance? I am not skilled in scientific matters.....



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