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More> Paschke: Professor Paschke’s research activity focuses on precision measurements of parity-violation in electron scattering at Jefferson Lab, in Newport News Virginia. For a list of some of the amazing, counter-intuitive consequences of special relativity, click here. That is even more clear when we take into account that an electron and positron can annihilate by emitting two photons (the well-known 511 keV lines), e+ e− → γγ. (6.15) Question: Why not one photon? We are planning new experiments to study the structure protons, neutrons, and other baryons.

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