High Energy Particle Physics


On the Stability of Electrodynamic Particles: the Delta Radiation

Authors: Daniele Sasso

Electrodynamic particles have an exclusive physical property that distinguishes them from all other physical systems. This property is the electrodynamic mass that allows accelerated particles to emit or to absorb energy quanta. Stable particles have a lower speed than the critical speed, when they are accelerated they lose electrodynamic mass and emit energy in the shape of quanta while when are decelerated they absorb energy quanta and electrodynamic mass. Unstable particles on the contrary have higher speeds than the critical speed; they absorb energy and negative electrodynamic mass when they are accelerated and lose energy and electrodynamic mass when they are decelerated. Muon and tauon are the main unstable electrodynamic particles and they have the physical property to emit the delta radiation on the decay.

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[v1] 2012-10-01 03:01:30

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