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E. having less mass) particles. e. 33 The same notation can also be used in nuclear physics. For example, many nuclei decay via the β-decay mechanism. Thus, denoting a nucleus with Z protons and N neutrons as (Z , N ), we have (Z , N ) → (Z − 1, N ) + e+ + νe . 34) This is also a weak interaction. This reaction is effectively the decay of a proton bound in a nucleus. Although a free proton cannot decay by the beta decay p → n + e+ + νe because it violates energy conservation (the final-state particles have greater total mass than the proton), a proton bound in a nucleus can decay because of its binding energy.
As α ∼ 1/137, the latter is usually very small compared to the contribution from single-photon exchange. This is a general feature of electromagnetic interactions: because the fine structure constant is very small, in most cases only the lowestorder diagrams that contribute to a given process need be taken into account, and more complicated higher-order diagrams with more vertices can to a good approximation be ignored in many applications. 2 Cross-sections The next step is to relate the amplitude to measurables.
1) are deflected. 1) and since q, B2 and υ are fixed, particles with a fixed ratio q/m will bend in a path with a unique radius. Hence isotopes may be separated and focused onto a detector (historically a photographic plate). In the common case where B1 = B2 = B, q E = 2 . 2) Francis Aston was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 1922 for the discovery of a large number of non-radioactive isotopes using electromagnetic field spectroscopy. 2 Kinematic Analysis Mass spectrometers of the deflection type cannot be used to find the masses of very shortlived nuclei, but in these cases the masses can in principle be determined from kinematic analysis of nuclear reactions as follows.