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Size of an elementary particle [duplicate]

Do we have a well defined mathematical expression denoting the size of a fundamental particle with no internal structure (electron for example) ? If we do, how does it fit in with the uncertainty ...
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Is there a standard resource that lists all understood particle-particle relationships?

I am just starting to dig a little deeper into particle interactions, and just have an introductory college physics background (no quantum mechanics). But I am interested in the conditions of the ...
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Electromagnetic force interaction

As far as I know, the electromagnetic force only interacts on particles with electrical charge, but I was told that the electromagnetic force was involved in the following reaction: ...
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Are all (non-macroscopic, non-measurement) quantum mechanical interactions time-reversible?

I distinctly remember reading some article claiming some physicists had discovered a time-irreversible, subatomic quantum mechanical interaction. Is my memory just foggy or has this really been found? ...
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Simulating a proton

How much computing power would it take to simulate a single proton from the bottom up, without taking any shortcuts whatsoever? My current understanding is that: A proton is basically a seething ...
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What really is the future about the Standard Model

The fact that the bosons of the weak force have mass is something that I think technically poses many problems. To avoid this and other problems with the masses of the particles devised a mechanism ...
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Hilbert space and Lie algebra in quantum mechanics

We are looking for a publication or website that explains the Standard Model in terms of Hilbert space and Lie algebra. We are reading Debnath's Introduction to Hilbert Spaces and Applications and ...