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Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
ISBN: 9781938168000
Textbook Problem

A proton and an antiproton collide head−on, with each having a kinetic energy of 7.00 TeV (such as in the LHC at CERN). How much collision energy is available, taking into account the annihilation of the two masses? (Note that this is not significantly greater than the extremely relativistic kinetic energy.)

To determine

The collision energy available when a proton and an antiproton collided with each having a kinetic energy

of 7 TeV.

Explanation

Given info:

The colliding proton and antiproton each have kinetic energy of 7 TeV.

Calculation:

For previous experiments done like LHC the collision energy obtained is double the incident beam energy.

For LHC at CERN the beam energy is 3.5 TeV and the obtained collision energy is 7 TeV

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