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By Umezawa H.

This paintings starts by means of distinguishing the variation among quantum mechanics and quantum box thought. It then makes an attempt to increase box concept by means of including a thermal measure of freedom to phenomena taking place inside of a vacuum. The ensuing quantum box idea is named Thermo box Dynamics (TFD).

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From [27]. 2. 2 Problems 2. (all x, 0): Six JC beam particles enter the chamber (two of them off-momentum). 1); 3. at (7, 2) the Jt- interacts (strong color force) with a proton, Jt- p -+ A K 0 , producing a negative strangeness A 0 and a positive strangeness K 0 ; 4. (6, 3): n+n- decays by weak interaction (s-+ w-u); 5. (7, 6): A 0 -+ p Jt- decays by weak interaction (s -+ w- u); the proton is Lorentz boosted forward to high momentum in the detector; 6. 75 and the mean free path is y (3 er Ko ~ 3 cm.

The distance into the lead was broken into intervals of one-fifth of a radiation length (about 1 mm). The electrons or photons were followed through successive intervals and their fate in passing through a given interval was decided by spinning a wheel of chance; the fate being read from one of a family of curves drawn on a cylinder. A word about the wheel of chance: The cylinder, 4 in. outside diameter by 12 in. long, is driven by a high speed motor geared down by a ratio of 20 to 1. The motor armature is heavier than the cylinder and determines where the cylinder stops.

Both organic (mostly plastic) scintillators and inorganic (mostly crystal) scintillators are widely used in physics, medicine, and industry. 4]. Since scintillation is a quantum process, and the deexcitation is an atomic transition, there is a quantum lifetime and an exponential decay time distribution to the emitted light. These lifetimes range over many orders of magnitude, but in a high energy physics experiment, speed is usually very important, and the fastest scintillators deliver their light in a fraction of a nanosecond.

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