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Dec
27
comment Why do neutrons repel each other?
"parts about proton-proton and neutron-neutron are completely wrong" : "parts" like me answer is so damn long. @Marek altough you most of the time provides good answers, the way you interact is once again quite strange ... In addition you cannot say that coulomb force cannot be discussed in this case ... It plays a role in nuclear physics, even if in some cases it can be neglected (in any case one have to discuss why).
Dec
25
accepted What is jet quenching and how far can the hydrodynamic analogy go?
Dec
23
asked What is jet quenching and how far can the hydrodynamic analogy go?
Dec
14
comment The Concepts of Path Integral in Quantitative Finance
As there's a few votes to reopen and a great answer, I reopened.
Dec
11
awarded  Quorum
Dec
8
revised Is crystal momentum really momentum?
added 265 characters in body
Dec
8
answered Is crystal momentum really momentum?
Dec
5
revised An Introduction to particle acceleration and particle accelerator
Corrected the link
Dec
5
answered An Introduction to particle acceleration and particle accelerator
Dec
5
revised An Introduction to particle acceleration and particle accelerator
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Nov
29
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
26
comment Hubble's law and conservation of energy
@Marek: If one does'nt know about time symmetry, it is almost impossible to consider that just reading your (correct) answer.
Nov
24
comment Rope tension question
OK but a tensor is not a matrix...
Nov
24
comment The Impossibility ( or Possibility) of Solving $N$-Body Problem
@Ngu: strange definition of analyticity.
Nov
23
comment What's with the very slightly larger mass of the neutron compared to the proton?
@Frederic: Yes I would, in a process called $\beta^+$, which is energetically acceptable because it appears in a bound state (a nucleus) and the binding energy has to be considered. I meant that it is incorrect because of the "is": a neutron "is" a proton and an electron, meaning something like a intimately bound state or something like that.
Nov
23
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
21
comment Resonance in a gravitational field?
"Resonance in a gravitational field" makes me thing about that: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_resonance . But your question is strangely stated..
Nov
21
comment Gravity and Collision of two continuous mass distributions
@Rajesh: At first your question was not clear at all... I interpreted by "point mass" a geometrical point affected with a mass. A classical scattering problem like the one of a charged point-like particle.
Nov
20
comment Gravity and Collision of two continuous mass distributions
I think you are all going too far with this black hole thing, my opinion is that he is just asking the different between the scattering of point-like particles and the scattering of spheres; this can be treated due to gravitational or electrostatic interactions (if the spheres are charged). No big deal with GR. Unless the question is very very strange ...