# Higgs Boson Particle Quantum Integer Radioactive Decay Numbers Chromodynamics QCD Weak Interactions 5g WOW SETI

Higgs Boson Particle Quantum Integer Radioactive Decay Numbers Chromodynamics QCD Weak Interactions 5g WOW SETI

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Quantum numbers

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Quantum numbers describe values of conserved quantities in the dynamics of the quantum system.

Perhaps the most peculiar aspect of quantum mechanics is the quantization of observable quantities, since quantum numbers are discrete sets of integers or half-integers.

This is distinguished from classical mechanics where the values can range continuously. Quantum numbers often describe specifically the energies of electrons in atoms, but other possibilities include angular momentum, spin etc.

Any quantum system can have one or more quantum numbers; it is thus difficult to list all possible quantum numbers.[1]

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Integers or half-integers + energies + electrons + atoms + angular momentum + spin + quantum numbers + other formula

(comes up in NEW Higgs Boson data and WOW SETI data)

radioactive decay

From Formula Idea Flavours – The Standard Model

Google chromo dynamics

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In theoretical physics, quantum chromodynamics (QCD) is a theory of the strong interaction (color force), a fundamental force describing the interactions between quarks and gluons which make up hadrons (such as the proton, neutron or pion).

It is the study of the SU(3) Yang–Mills theory of color-charged fermions (the quarks). QCD is a quantum field theory of a special kind called a non-abelian gauge theory, consisting of a ‘color field’ mediated by a set of exchange particles (the gluons).

The theory is an important part of the Standard Model of particle physics. A huge body of experimental evidence for QCD has been gathered over the years.

QCD enjoys two peculiar properties:

• Confinement, which means that the force between quarks does not diminish as they are separated. Because of this, it would take an infinite amount of energy to separate two quarks; they are forever bound into hadrons such as the proton and the neutron.

• Although analytically unproven, confinement is widely believed to be true because it explains the consistent failure of free quark searches, and it is easy to demonstrate in lattice QCD.

• Asymptotic freedom, which means that in very high-energy reactions, quarks and gluons interact very weakly. This prediction of QCD was first discovered in the early 1970s by David Politzer and by Frank Wilczek and David Gross. For this work they were awarded the 2004Nobel Prize in Physics.

There is no known phase-transition line separating these two properties; confinement is dominant in low-energy scales but, as energy increases, asymptotic freedom becomes dominant.

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