Subject: Can Charge change as a particle is accelerated?
Date: Tue Jul 4 21:48:55 2000
Posted by James Griepenburg
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Chemmet Services
City: Pittsford State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
This is in responswe to question 960898806.ph. Since most[if not all] of
the empirical data on particles approaching the speed of light has been
done on charged particles in particle accelerators, why can the data not
be as accurately explained by a decrease in charge at constant mass as by
an increrase in mass at constant charge.
Re: Can Charge change as a particle is accelerated?
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