Why doesn't a changed particle ever lose energy by interacting with others by radiation of virtual photons? Are all virtual photons exchanged?
I've had it explained to me in a separate post that charged particles are constantly exchanging virtual particles with other charged particles and their energy is a steady state. How it is a surety ...
Is there a “difference” between photons that act as virtual particles and photons that act as the quanta of EM radiation?
I) I know that virtual-photons are known to be the force-carriers for the Electromagnetic force, and that they are called "virtual" because the Energy-Time-inequality version of the Heisenberg ...
Question 1. Can virtual particles, in particular gravitons, interfere? Virtual particles are created and annihilated in a distance too small and a time too short to be measured. Their existence is ...
Can particles emit a virtual Higgs boson in a similar manner to the way a virtual photon is emitted?
W and Z bosons are observed/discovered. But as force carrying bosons they should be virtual particles, unobservable? And also they require to have mass, but if they are virtual they may be off-shell, ...