relativistic particle


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relativistic particle

[‚rel·ə·tə′vis·tik ′pärd·ə·kəl]
(relativity)
A particle moving at a speed comparable with the speed of light.
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Benzair, "Spinless relativistic particle in the presence of a minimal length," Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, vol.
However, we use the symbol mi because, unless they ALL propagate in the same direction, the total inertia of a set of N waves will be found to correspond to the usual, relativistic particle mass.
The effects of space charge, self-magnetic fields and relativistic particle flow are included in the analysis.
In this paper, we have studied the nature of energy and persistent current spectra for a relativistic particle on a one-dimensional ring.
It should be added that relativistic particle events are observed at times of high solar activity, when transient magnetic structures such as CMEs disrupt often the IMF structure as, for example, in the intervals August 1972, August 1989, June 1991, and October-November 2003.
When a high-energy cosmic neutrino interacts in a dense medium like ice, a relativistic particle cascade is induced.
Khriplovich, "Equations of motion of a spinning relativistic particle in external fields," Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, vol.
in the time direction, where E = m[gamma][c.sup.2] is the total relativistic particle energy.
For the first 1,000 years or so, the relativistic particle wind can power a bright nebula, such as the Crab (M1).
Ghosh, "GUP-based and Snyder noncommutative algebras, relativistic particle models, deformed symmetries and interaction: a unified approach," International Journal of Modern Physics A, vol.
Now the proton is a spin-1/2 relativistic particle made of three valence quarks.
Bakamjian, "Relativistic particle dynamics," Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, vol.

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