Waves and Grains

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By recording a large number of these images, we can deduce the probability of a certain reaction taking place. Accordingly the two waves destructively interfere. 2. Generalizing to a charge distribution, the weak potential is The potential is zero unless the two particles are in contact. The study of interaction of radiation with matter is the basis for radiation detection and measurement. Prerequisites: Physics 200B. (Offered in alternate years.) (W) Weak interactions; neutrino physics; C,P, and CP violation; electroweak gauge theory and symmetry breaking.

Pages: 440

Publisher: Princeton University Press (March 16, 1998)

ISBN: 0691027412

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