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College Physics

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Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
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College Physics

1st Edition
Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
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ISBN: 9781938168000

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Chapter 33, Problem 21PE
Textbook Problem

(a) Verify from its quark composition that the Chapter 33, Problem 21PE, (a) Verify from its quark composition that the particle could be an excited state of the proton. (b) , example  1 particle could be an excited state of the proton.

(b) There is a spread of about 100 MeV in the decay energy of the Chapter 33, Problem 21PE, (a) Verify from its quark composition that the particle could be an excited state of the proton. (b) , example  2 interpreted as uncertainty due to its short lifetime. What is its approximate lifetime?

(c) Does its decay proceed via the strong or weak force?

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