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which is moving with uniform velocity v relative to the system K. We assume that

the

the position of the

which is moving with uniform velocity v relative to the system K. We assume that

the

**meson**is created at the origin of K' at time /' = t = 0. As seen from the system Kthe position of the

**meson**is given by z = vt. If it lives a time TO in K', then at its ...Page 396

As a numerical illustration we consider the first example listed above, the decay

of the pi

Mev, mr = 0. Consequently the mu-

As a numerical illustration we consider the first example listed above, the decay

of the pi

**meson**. The mass excess is 33.9 Mev, while M — 139.6 Mev, mfl = 105.7Mev, mr = 0. Consequently the mu-

**meson**and neutrino kinetic energies are -.Page 425

PROBLEMS 12.1 Use the transformation to center of momentum coordinates to

determine the threshold kinetic energies in Mev for the following processes : (a)

pi-

PROBLEMS 12.1 Use the transformation to center of momentum coordinates to

determine the threshold kinetic energies in Mev for the following processes : (a)

pi-

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