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B) How far will the muon travel according to relativistic physics? Will it make it to the surface of the earth? 6 × 10−8 seconds. Is it possible for the pions to reach the surface of the earth? 9 Diagram for question #5 42 An Introduction to Particle Physics and the Standard Model 5. (a) An η moving at 3/4 the speed of light decays into two photons of equal energy E, which are each emitted at an angle θ relative to the direction of the η’s motion. Find θ. (b) Consider the same process, but now with the photons emitted along the direction of motion.
What speed(s) do the particles move at? Answer Again, we conserve momenta. 8 Diagram for the three-body explosion Here we have to make clever use of the fact that all 3 particles come out at the same angle. 41) In this example it is more useful to look at the components of the conservation law. First let’s check the spatial components Spatial momentum conservation ⇒ p1 = −(p2 + p3 ) 2 ⇒ | p1 | = −p1 · (p2 + p3 ) = cos θ | p1 | (|p2 | + |p3 |) Doing this for all three particles, we find cos θ = | p1 | | p2 | | p3 | = = |p2 | + |p3 | |p3 | + |p1 | |p2 | + |p1 | and so we see that |p1 | = |p2 | = |p3 |.
7. 7 Quark Bound States BARYONS: qqq MESONS: q = q (a 3-quark bound state) (a quark-antiquark bound state) } HADRONS hadron. So far all observed hadrons have come in one of two types: baryons (which are bound states of three quarks) and mesons (which are bound states of a quark with some other antiquark). All hadrons are color-neutral, and the proton is the only stable hadron known (a free neutron will decay in less than 15 minutes). Understanding this structure will be one of our main tasks when we come to the strong interactions beginning in Chapter 15.
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