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comment Entangled electron-positron pair
@genneth I don't quite get it. Is it possible to design some kind of experiment to prove such wavefunction really exists?
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comment Nuclear fuel pellets - when does the chain reaction start?
Very clear explanation. Many thanks!
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accepted What happens to those electrons of BEC cold atoms?
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comment Books that every physicist should read
Most of the books listed are more related to theoretical physics. I wonder if there is any "bible" for experimental physics?
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accepted How to determine the mass of a quark?
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comment How to determine the mass of a quark?
Thanks for all comments above and the re-tagging. @genneth, you took the words right out of my mouth. There has to be some experiment from which scientists can calculate or estimate the rest mass of quarks. I can hardly imagine those quark's masses listed in my textbook is simply derived from theories, via pen and paper, without any experimental verification.