At what expansion rate (H) would virtual particles be ripped apart into real particles, and what might be the density (temperature) of such an event?
Is it even possible for a virtual particle-antiparticle pair to be torn apart by cosmological expansion? Virtual particle-antiparticle pairs are ripped apart near black hole event horizons, creating ...
Recently I heard that both of "languages" of scattering theory (formal solution by method of classical scattering theory and its reworking by Feynman with his rules) predict virtual particles. But for ...
I'm not certain that this question will make sense, but here goes... In most monte carlo generators, when Z events are produced, there is a lower mass cutoff on the Z pole. I've been told that this ...
How often can virtual particle/antiparticle pairs form real particles in a space expanding sufficiently fast to do this?
And if the rate of expansion of the universe becomes sufficient for virtual particles to be ripped apart into real particles, what effect would the mass of these particles have on the rate of ...
Is there a particular limit on the maximum amount of mass (matter and antimatter) that can be considered to be formed in free space simultaneously. I believe that for the phenomenon to occur the ...