V.N. Karazin

In the article, the fireball formed in the collision of relativistic nuclei is considered as a quantum object. Based on this, an attempt is made to explain the difference in the measurements of hyperon yields in the two experiments - NA49 and NA57. Using the basic principles of quantum mechanics, it...

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Mohammad R. Garousi

Mohammad R. Garousi

Institution: Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad,

Email: garousi@um.ac.ir

Recently, using the assumption that the string theory effective action at the critical dimension is background independent, the classical on-shell effective action of the bosonic string theory at order α in a spacetime manifold without boundary has been reproduced, up to an overall parameter, by im...

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Tony Yuan

The relative velocity between objects with finite velocity affects the reaction
between them. This effect is known as general Doppler effect. The Laser Interferometer
Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) discovered gravitational waves and found their
speed to be equal to the speed of light c. Gr...

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