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If it lives a time TO in K', then at its instant of decay, we find (11.23) c2 The time /

is the meson's lifetime r as observed in the system K.

) When viewed from K the moving meson lives longer than a meson at rest in K.

If it lives a time TO in K', then at its instant of decay, we find (11.23) c2 The time /

is the meson's lifetime r as observed in the system K.

**Consequently**r = ;^i_ (11.24) When viewed from K the moving meson lives longer than a meson at rest in K.

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limits (3.103). Then in the relativistic limit the Fermi expression (13.70) is dx) b>a

TT C2 [I \ . In I ' I - -ln(l -e(,o))| da> (13.75) \ wa ' 2 J It is worth while right here to ...

**Consequently**we can approximate the Bessel functions by their small argumentlimits (3.103). Then in the relativistic limit the Fermi expression (13.70) is dx) b>a

TT C2 [I \ . In I ' I - -ln(l -e(,o))| da> (13.75) \ wa ' 2 J It is worth while right here to ...

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of the radiation is a natural one with respect to which one specifies the state of

polarization of the radiation. For simplicity we consider a small angle deflection

so ...

**Consequently**the plane containing the incident beam direction and the directionof the radiation is a natural one with respect to which one specifies the state of

polarization of the radiation. For simplicity we consider a small angle deflection

so ...

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