Subject: what is the ratio of the weak force to the strong force?
Date: Tue Feb 10 03:34:07 2009
Posted by Thierry
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According to Professor Wichmann of the famous Berkeley physics course, the weak
interaction is 10^-14 times weaker than the strong force. However Feynman wrote
that this ratio is 10^-5 in "Six Easy Pieces". Who is right?
Re: what is the ratio of the weak force to the strong force?
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