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comment Why Are Even and Odd Regge Trajectories Degenerate?
You might also want to take a look at the closely related concept of parity doubling in hadron spectrum, see e.g. this review: arxiv.org/abs/arXiv:0704.1639
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comment Does bunching reduce synchrotron radiation?
@John — just to make sure: the term "bunching" means "the act of grouping particles in bunches", while "debunching" means "spreading out initially bunched particles into a more homogeneous distribution". You seem to be using "bunching" as an equivalent of "the number of bunches", which is not the correct usage.
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comment Does bunching reduce synchrotron radiation?
Yes, you need bunches anyway for a proper functioning of a collider because particles are accelerated in RF cavities in bunches.
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