 44.1: A positively charged pion decays by Eq. 447: . What must be the de...
 44.2: Certain theories predict that the proton is unstable,with a halfli...
 44.3: An electron and a positron undergo pair annihilation (Eq. 445). If...
 44.4: A neutral pion initially at rest decays into two gamma rays: . Calc...
 44.5: An electron and a positron are separated by distance r. Find the ra...
 44.6: (a) A stationary particle 1 decays into particles 2 and 3, which mo...
 44.7: The rest energy of many shortlived particles cannot be measured di...
 44.8: A positive tau (t', rest energy ! 1777 MeV) is moving with 2200 MeV...
 44.9: Observations of neutrinos emitted by the supernova SN1987a (Fig. 43...
 44.10: A neutral pion has a rest energy of 135 MeV and a mean life of If i...
 44.11: Which conservation law is violated in each of these proposed decays...
 44.12: The particle and its products decay according to the scheme (a) Wha...
 44.13: Show that if, instead of plotting strangeness S versus charge q for...
 44.14: Calculate the disintegration energy of the reactions (a) p' ' p : '...
 44.15: Which conservation law is violated in each of these proposed reacti...
 44.16: Does the proposed reaction p ' p : ?0 ' ' ' e# conserve (a) charge,...
 44.17: Does the proposed decay process @# : p# ' n ' K# ' p conserve (a) c...
 44.18: By examining strangeness, determine which of the following decays o...
 44.19: The reaction p' ' p : p ' p ' n proceeds via the strong interaction...
 44.20: There are 10 baryons with spin .Their symbols and quantum numbers f...
 44.21: Use the conservation laws and Tables 443 and 444 to identify part...
 44.22: A 220 MeV # particle decays: # : p# ' n. Calculate the total kineti...
 44.23: Consider the decay ?0 : p ' p# with the ?0 at rest. (a) Calculate t...
 44.24: The spin baryon (see table in 24) has a rest energy of 1385 MeV (w...
 44.25: The quark makeups of the proton and neutron are uud and udd, respec...
 44.26: From Tables 443 and 445, determine the identity of the baryon for...
 44.27: 7 What is the quark makeup of ?
 44.28: What quark combination is needed to form (a) ?0 and (b) @0 ?
 44.29: Which hadron in Tables 443 and 444 corresponds to the quark bundl...
 44.30: Using the up, down, and strange quarks only, K0 construct, if possi...
 44.31: In the laboratory, one of the lines of sodium is emitted at a wavel...
 44.32: Because of the cosmological expansion, a particular emission from a...
 44.33: What is the observed wavelength of the 656.3 nm (first Balmer) line...
 44.34: An object is from us and does not have any motion relative to us ex...
 44.35: If Hubbles law can be extrapolated to very large distances, at what...
 44.36: What would the mass of the Sun have to be if Pluto (the outermost p...
 44.37: The wavelength at which a thermal radiator at temperature T radiate...
 44.38: Use Wiens law (see 37) to answer the following questions: (a) The c...
 44.39: Will the universe continue to expand forever? To attack this questi...
 44.40: Because the apparent recessional speeds of galaxies and quasars at ...
 44.41: An electron jumps from n ! 3 to n ! 2 in a hydrogen atom in a dista...
 44.42: Due to the presence everywhere of the cosmic background radiation, ...
 44.43: Suppose that the radius of the Sun were increased to 5.90 1012 m (t...
 44.44: Suppose that the matter (stars, gas, dust) of a particular galaxy, ...
 44.45: There is no known meson with charge quantum number T ! 2p 2R3 /GM, ...
 44.46: Figure 4412 is a hypothetical plot of the recessional speeds v of ...
 44.47: How much energy would be released if Earth were annihilated by coll...
 44.48: A particle game. Figure 4413 is a sketch of the tracks made by par...
 44.49: Figure 4414 shows part of the experimental arrangement in which an...
 44.50: Verify that the hypothetical proton decay scheme in Eq. 4414 does ...
 44.51: Cosmological red shift. The expansion of the universe is often repr...
 44.52: Calculate the difference in mass, in kilograms, between the muon an...
 44.53: What is the quark formation that makes up (a) the ximinus particle...
 44.54: An electron and a positron, each with a kinetic energy of 2.500 MeV...
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