 32.1: 1. (I) What is the total energy of a proton whose kinetic energy is...
 32.2: 2. (I) Calculate the wavelength of 35GeV electrons.
 32.3: 3. (I) What strength of magnetic field is used in a cyclotron in wh...
 32.4: 4. (I) What is the time for one complete revolution for a very high...
 32.5: 5. (I) If particles are accelerated by the cyclotron of Example 32...
 32.6: 6. (II) (a) If the cyclotron of Example 322 accelerated a particle...
 32.7: 7. (II) Which is better for picking out details of the nucleus: 30...
 32.8: 8. (II) Ilie voltage across the dees of a cyclotron is 55 kV. How m...
 32.9: 9. (II) What is the wavelength (= maximum resolvable distance) of 7...
 32.10: 10. (II) A cyclotron with a radius of 1.0 m is to accelerate deuter...
 32.11: 11. (II) The 4.25kmradius tunnel that will be used to house the m...
 32.12: 12. (II) The 1.0km radius Fermilab Tevatron takes about 20 seconds...
 32.13: 13. (Ill) Show that the energy of a particle (charge e) in a synchr...
 32.14: 14. (Ill) What magnetic field intensity is needed at the 1.0kmrad...
 32.15: 15. (I) How much energy is released in the decay ?r+ > See Table 3...
 32.16: 16. (I) About how much energy is released when a A" decays to n + i...
 32.17: 17. (I) How much energy is required to produce a neutronantineutro...
 32.18: 18. (I) Estimate the range of the strong force if the mediating par...
 32.19: 19. (II) Two protons are heading toward each other with equal speed...
 32.20: 20. (II) What minimum kinetic energy must two neutrons each have if...
 32.21: 21. (II) Estimate the range of the weak force using Eq. 323. given...
 32.22: 22. (II) What are the wavelengths of the two photons produced when ...
 32.23: 23. (II) The A cannot decay by the following reactions. What conser...
 32.24: 24. (II) For the decay A p + j~, calculate (a) the {9value (energy...
 32.25: 25. (II) (a) Show, by conserving momentum and energy, that it is im...
 32.26: 26. (II) What would be the wavelengths of the two photons produced ...
 32.27: 27. (II) In the rare decay n~ > e+ + rc, what is the kinetic energy...
 32.28: 28. (II) Which of the following reactions and decays are possible? ...
 32.29: 29. (II) Calculate the kinetic energy of each of the two products i...
 32.30: 30. (Ill) Could a 7t* meson be produced if a 100MeV proton struck ...
 32.31: 31. (Ill) Calculate the maximum kinetic energy of the electron in t...
 32.32: 32. (I) Use Fig. 3211 to estimate the energy width and then the li...
 32.33: 33. (I) The measured width of the J/i/> meson is 88 keV. Estimate i...
 32.34: 34. (I)T he measured width of the 0 (3685) meson is 277 keV. Estima...
 32.35: 35. (I) What is the energy width (or uncertainty) of (a) tj. and (b...
 32.36: 36. (I) Hie B meson is a bu quark combination, (a) Show that this i...
 32.37: 37. (II) Which of the following decays are possible? For those that...
 32.38: 38. (II) What are the quark combinations that can form (a) a neutro...
 32.39: 39. (II) What particles do the following quark combinations produce...
 32.40: 40. (II) What is the quark combination needed to produce a D meson ...
 32.41: 41. (II) The Dj meson has S = c = +1, B = 0. What quark combination...
 32.42: 42. (II) Draw a possible Feynman diagram using quarks (as in Fig. 3...
 32.43: 43. (II) Draw a Feynman diagram for the reaction n + > p + ix~.
 32.44: 44. What is the total energy of a proton whose kinetic energy is 25...
 32.45: 45. Assume there are 5.0 x 1013 protons at 1.0 TeV stored in the 1....
 32.46: 46. Protons are injected into the 1.0kmradius Fermilab Tevatron w...
 32.47: 47. (<?) How much energy is released when an electron and a positro...
 32.48: 48. Which of the following reactions arc possible, and by what inte...
 32.49: 49. Which of the following reactions are possible, and by what inte...
 32.50: 50. One decay mode for a >r* is tt+ > /x+ + . What would be the eq...
 32.51: 51. Symmetry breaking occurs in the electroweak theory at about 10_...
 32.52: 52. The mass of a can be measured by observing the reaction 7r_ + p...
 32.53: 53. Calculate the Qvalue for each of the reactions, tq. 324, for ...
 32.54: 54. Calculate the (M'alue for the reaction tt~ + p > A0 + K, when n...
 32.55: 55. How many fundamental fermions are there in a water molecule?
 32.56: 56. A proton and an antiproton annihilate each other at rest and pr...
 32.57: 57. (a) Show that the socalled unification distance of 1032 m in ...
 32.58: 58. For the reaction p + p 3p + p, where one of the initial protons...
 32.59: 59. The lifetimes listed in Table 322 are in terms of proper time....
 32.60: 60. Identify the missing particle in the following reactions. (d) p...
 32.61: 61. Use the quark model to describe the reaction P + n > 77 4 77.
 32.62: 62. What fraction of the speed of light c is the speed of a 7.0TcV...
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