 41.1: How are baryons and mesons similar? How are they different?
 41.2: The muon and the pion have nearly the same masses. How do the parti...
 41.3: How can you tell whether a decay proceeds by the strong interaction...
 41.4: True or false: (a) All baryons are hadrons. (b) All hadrons are bar...
 41.5: True or false: All mesons are spin particles.
 41.6: A particle that is made of exactly two quarks is (a) a meson, (b) a...
 41.7: Have any quarkantiquark combinations whose electric charge is not a...
 41.8: True or false: (a) A lepton is a combination of three quarks. (b) T...
 41.9: True or false: (a) Electrons interact with protons by the strong in...
 41.10: Grand unification theories predict that the proton has a long but f...
 41.11: Table 416 lists some properties of the four fundamental interactio...
 41.12: Two pions at rest annihilate according to the reaction (a) Why must...
 41.13: Find the minimum energy of the photon needed for the following pair...
 41.14: State which of the following decays or reactions violate one or mor...
 41.15: Determine the change in strangeness in each reaction that follows, ...
 41.16: Determine the change in strangeness for each decay, and state wheth...
 41.17: Determine the change in strangeness for each decay, and state wheth...
 41.18: (a) Which of the following decays of the particle is possible? (b) ...
 41.19: Using Table 412 and the laws of conservation of charge number, bar...
 41.20: Test the following decays for violation of the conservation of ener...
 41.21: Find the baryon number, charge, and strangeness for the following q...
 41.22: Find the baryon number, charge, and strangeness for the following q...
 41.23: The particle is a baryon that decays by the strong interaction. Its...
 41.24: Find a possible combination of quarks that gives the correct values...
 41.25: The meson has zero strangeness, but it has charm of (a) What is a p...
 41.26: Find a possible combination of quarks that gives the correct values...
 41.27: Find a possible quark combination for the following particles: (a) ...
 41.28: Find a possible quark combination for the following particles: (a) ...
 41.29: Find a possible quark combination for the following particles: (a) ...
 41.30: State the properties of the particles made up of the following quar...
 41.31: A galaxy is receding from Earth at 2.5 percent the speed of light. ...
 41.32: Estimate the speed of a galaxy that is away from us.
 41.33: The Doppler frequency shift for a light from a source that is reced...
 41.34: The red line in the spectrum of atomic hydrogen is frequently refer...
 41.35: (a) What conditions are necessary for a particle and its antipartic...
 41.36: The red line in the spectrum of atomic hydrogen is frequently refer...
 41.37: (a) In terms of the quark model, show that the reaction does not vi...
 41.38: Test the following decays for violation of the conservation of ener...
 41.39: Consider the following highenergy particle reaction: where (?) rep...
 41.40: In this problem, you will calculate the difference in the time of a...
 41.41: A at rest decays by the reaction (a) Calculate the total kinetic en...
 41.42: A particle at rest decays by the reaction (a) What is the total ene...
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