Charges/Quiz

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This is a Feynman Diagram of the most common of Muon Decays. Credit: Richard Feynman.

Charges is a lecture from the charge ontology research project on the origin and constitution of charge.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

True or False, Charge exists in a positive and negative form.

TRUE
FALSE

2

Complete the text:

A composite

spectrum is approximately a

law over at least the ≈ 5 decade wavenumber range 10-13 m-1 < wavenumber < 10-8 m-1 and that may extend to

wavenumbers.

3

True or False, The spin carried by quarks is not sufficient to account for the total spin of muons.

TRUE
FALSE

4

Which of the following are associated with electromagnetics?

angular momentum transfer
solar wind
protons
electrons
the baryon neutrino
charge neutralization

5

True or False, Like all elementary particles, the muon has a corresponding antiparticle of opposite spin but equal mass and charge (+1).

TRUE
FALSE

6

Spin-charge separation has which characteristics?

a chargon
a spinon
taking place inside solids
extremely tight confinement
neutron affinity
X-ray absorption

7

Yes or No, The radius of the proton is 4 percent smaller than previously estimated.

Yes
No

8

TeV muons from gamma-ray primaries are rare because?

only produced by higher energy gamma rays
suppressed gamma-ray flux
decreasing flux at the source
GeV gamma rays
absorption
interstellar light

9

True or False, Muons inherit the high energy of the parent cosmic rays.

TRUE
FALSE

10

Complete the text:

Charged-current charged pion production is a process in which a

interacts with an atomic

and produces a

, a charged

and recoiling nuclear fragments.

11

True or False, An antimuon is a muon spinning backward in time.

TRUE
FALSE

12

Complete the text:

Match up the interaction or force with the likely physical phenomenon
gravitation - A
electromagnetism - B
strong interaction - C
weak interaction - D
1

,
ε0

,
G -

,
W boson

.

13

True or False, A chargon possesses the charge of an electron without a spin.

TRUE
FALSE


Hypotheses[edit]

  1. Both a chargon and a spinon exist and can be produced from an electron.

See also[edit]

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