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Particle physics is the study of the fundamental forces of nature as they are embodied in the interactions of elementary and composite particles at high energies and short time and distance scales.

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I know that the higgs sector of these theories are different and all that. But what is the simple reason of why $p\rightarrow\mu^{+}\pi^{0}$ becomes comparable to $e^{+}\pi^{0}$? One thing I can image …
asked Jul 9 '17 by gcsantucci
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I'm not sure if I understand your first question. Because, as far as I know what you wrote is the Majorana column vector already!! This spinor (this column vector is actually a spinor, since it does n …
answered Mar 10 '14 by gcsantucci
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They have 2 main differences. The first of them is very straightforward: They have different spins: As you pointed out, both are bound states of 2 spin 1/2 particles, therefore you can find the possib …
answered Mar 5 '14 by gcsantucci