This guy derives the formula for the volume of an n-dimensional hypersphere, which can also be found here on the Wikipedia page, and he shows that it is equal to this equation: $V_n = ...
Does the fact that protons and neutrons have larger mass than electrons mean they're bigger in size?
and so if a proton is so larger than an electron doesn't that mean it has a shape? What would be the shape of a subatomic particle? are they spherical?
We found VY Canis Majoris, a star so big it can't even be seen in scaled illustratations with the sun itself. However, we stop at particle physics, or quantum mechanics, i.e. particles, subatomic, ...
This is going to be a strange question, but here we go. I'm working on a computer puzzle game that will simulate subatomic particle collisions. I am not a physicist by training, but I do dabble. I ...
The electron contains finite negative charge.The same charges repel each other.What makes electron stable and why does it not burst? Is it a law of nature that the electron charge is the smallest ...
Why should two sub-atomic (or elementary particle) - say electrons need to have identical static properties - identical mass, identical charge? Why can't they differ between each other by a very ...
Ok, I was just curious but the electromagnetic force can allow paramagnetism macroscopically in some objects. Can this be done microscopically to the subatomic level? Also, what about other forces ...