Modern Physics Problems

Modern Physics Problems - Modern Physics Problem 1 A...

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Modern Physics Problem 1 A monochromatic particle beam consist of particles whose total energy is 100 times their rest mass. The rest lifetime of the particles is 0.10 ns. In the laboratory, the distance between the point where the particles are generated and the detector is 6.0 m. What fraction of the generated particles reach the detector. Modern Physics Problem 2 Describe briefly, with equations or sketches as needed, the following famous effects or experiments: (a) The Auger Effect (b) Bragg diffraction (c) Rutherford scattering (d) The Mössbauer effect (e) The Stern-Gerlach experiment Modern Physics Problem 3 Consider the reaction pp pp + →++ Λ + Λ Assume that the masses of proton and Lambda are 1 GeV/c 2 . (a) Consider a laboratory frame in which one of the two initial state protons is at
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