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For the reaction p + p 3p + p, where one of the

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Problem 43.60

For the reaction p + p 3p + p, where one of the initialprotons is at rest, use relativistic formulas to show that thethreshold energy is 6mp c2, equal to three times the magnitudeof the Q-value of the reaction, where mp is the protonmass. [Hint Assume all final particles have the samevelocity.]

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