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Long time deviations from exponential decay in radioactivity

Long time deviations from exponential decay in radioactivity

Grade:9

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
For example, taking ω(E) as a Lorentzian function for all E yields the well-known exponential decay at all times. However, in real physical systems, ω(E) must always have a lower limit, which is, for example, associated with the rest mass of scattering particles.

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