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When a π- and proton collide in the LHC at high speed they produce a K+ and Σ- particles w hich then decay further. The strangeness of the Ko is +1 What is the strageness of the Σ- particle produced?
Powell discovered which particles at high altitudes when he exposed photgraphic plates to the atomosphere proving Yukawa's theories....
Which statement about a kaon is all true....
Kaons decay “strangely” or last a shorter time than they should for their mass.
Kaons decay “strangely” or last longer than they should for their mass. They contain a strange or anti-strange quark.
They contain a double strange or anti-strange quark.
Which of these particles contains a strange quark
kaon, pion, muon
Which choice best describes a muon....
The muon is unstable with a long mean lifetime of 22 µs, it is a lepton and has a charge of +1.6 x 10^(-19)C. It always decays into three particles.
The muon is unstable with a long mean lifetime of 2.2 µs, it is a lepton and has a charge of -1.6 x 10^(-19)C. It always decays into two particles.
The muon is stable and has a charge of -1.6 x 10^(-19)C
The muon is unstable with a long mean lifetime of 2.2 µs, it is a lepton and has a charge of -1.6 x 10^(-19)C. It always decays into three particles.
The Quarks inside a proton and antiproton are...
uu anti-d and anti-u, anti-u, d
uud and anti-u, anti-u, anti -d
udd and anti-u, anti-d, anti -d
For any interaction to occur we must have conservation of...
baryon, lepton, charge, strangeness
A mesons internal structure best described as consisting of....
quark and antiquark pair
antiquark - antiquark pair
always two quarks
three or two quarks
quark - quark pair
massless, chargeless and the antiparticle of the positron
massless, chargeless and are created in B+/- decay in the sun.
massless and are created in B+/- decay in the sun.
chargeless and are created in B+/- decay in the sun.
Which answer is true for all hadrons
Hadrons are stable with the exception being the proton-the only unstable Hadron.
All hadrons contain 2 quarks
All hadrons contain 3 quarks
Hadrons are unstable with the exception being the proton-the only stable Hadron.
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