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The electromagnetic interaction of the neutral kaon

William Richard Molzon

The electromagnetic interaction of the neutral kaon

a measurement of the K⁰ mean square charge radius

by William Richard Molzon

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Written in English

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Statementby William Richard Molzon.
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 80813 (Q)
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 274 leaves
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3069462M
LC Control Number82167360

Neutrinos are electrically neutral and therefore do not experience the electromagnetic interaction. They have generally been assumed to have zero rest mass (see page 31 for an explanation of this term) and must therefore move at the speed of light, according to relativity, but the question of their mass is currently controversial.

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Donoghue University of Massachusetts - Amherst relating pion and kaon electromagnetic The electromagnetic interaction explicitly violates chiral SU(3) symmetry, and its effect can be described within the chiral energy ex.

Electromagnetic interaction definition: an interaction between charged particles arising from their electric and magnetic fields | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. The whole process of the neutral Kaon decay requires us to take different decay rates for the two CP eigenstates into account.

Without CP=+1 states decaying before the CP=-1 states, this sort of CP violation could not be observed because the CP-changing weak interaction would have no net effect on the CP amplitudes of the Kaon.

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