Übersetzung für 'W boson' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a W boson | W bosons
W boson
W-Boson {n}
black and white {adj} <B&W, b&w, B/W>schwarz/weiß <sw, s/w>
mass percentage <% w/w>Massenanteil {m} in Prozent
radiant intensity <W/sr, W⋅sr−1>
Strahlungs­stärke {f}
Boson {n}
gauge boson
Eichboson {n}
Higgs boson
Higgs-Boson {n}
Z boson
Z-Boson {n}
boson field
Bosonenfeld {n} [Feld, Hoch]
Higgs-boson mass
Higgs-Bosonmasse {f}
black-and-white {adj} <bw, b/w, BW, B/W>Schwarz-Weiß- <SW, S/W>
with respect to {prep} <WRT, w.r.t, w/r/t, wrt>bezüglich [+Gen.]
% w/wGewichtsprozent {n}
wolfram <W>
Wolfram {n} <W>
% weight/weight <% w/w>
Gewichtsprozent {n} <Gew.-%, % (w/w)> [ugs.] [Massenanteil]
W*-Algebra {f} [von-Neumann-Algebra]
watts {pl} <W>
Watt {pl} <W>
west <W>
West <W> [Himmelsrichtung] [ohne Artikel]
with {prep} <w/>mit [+Dat.] <m.>
w [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]
watt <W>
Watt {n} <W>
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  • W-Boson {n} = W boson
  • was zu beweisen war <w. z. b. w.> = quod erat demonstrandum <Q.E.D.> [which was to be proven]
  • Gewichtsprozent {n} <Gew.-%, % (w/w)> [ugs.] [Massenanteil] = % weight/weight <% w/w>
  • Massenprozent {n} <Gew.-%, % (w/w)> [ugs.] [Massenanteil] = mass fraction <w, g/g>
  • Boson {n} = boson
  • Higgs-Boson {n} = Higgs boson
  • Z-Boson {n} = Z boson
  • Watt {pl} <W> = watts {pl} <W>
  • Wolfram {n} <W> = wolfram <W>
  • Wolfram {n} <W> = tungsten <W>
  • W.E. = W.E. [Madonna]
  • Schallenergie {f} <W> = sound energy <W>
  • Westen {m} <W> = west <W>
  • Watt {n} <W> = watt <W>
  • w {n} [Buchstabe] = w [letter]
  • W {n} [Buchstabe] = W [letter]
  • W {n} [Buchstabe] = dub [sl.] [letter W]
  • Tryptophan {n} <Trp, W> = tryptophan <Trp, W> [C11H12N2O2]
  • W-Wort {n} [Fragewort] = wh-word
  • W wie Wilhelm = W as in William [esp. Am.]
  • Schallenergiedichte {f} <E, w> = sound energy density <E, w>
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The first product of each decay has left-handed chirality and the second has right-handed chirality, which always produces one fermion with the same handedness that would be produced by the decay of a W boson, and one fermion with contrary handedness ("wrong handed").
  • Another example involving virtual particles is beta decay where a virtual W boson is emitted by a nucleon and then decays to e± and (anti)neutrino.
  • With these assumptions, the oblique corrections can be parameterized in terms of four vacuum polarization functions: the self-energies of the photon, Z boson, and W boson, and the mixing between the photon and the Z boson induced by loop diagrams.
  • In 2020, evidence of the Glashow resonance at 2.3σ (formation of the W boson in antineutrino-electron collisions) was announced.
  • It is possible to create all fundamental particles in the standard model, including quarks, leptons and bosons using photons of varying energies above some minimum threshold, whether directly (by pair production), or by decay of the intermediate particle (such as a Wboson decaying to form an electron and an electron-antineutrino).

  • The detector determined the mass of the W-boson and Z-boson to within one part in a thousand.
  • For example, the data collected by ATLAS made it possible in 2018 to measure the mass MeV of the W boson, one of the two mediators of the weak interaction, with a measurement uncertainty of ±2.4‰.
  • The decay of one of the neutron's down quarks into a lighter up quark can be achieved by the emission of a W boson.
  • An example is the "annihilation" of a high-energy electron antineutrino with an electron to produce a W boson-.
  • On the other hand, Z boson interactions involving neutrinos have distinctive signatures: They provide the only known mechanism for elastic scattering of neutrinos in matter; neutrinos are almost as likely to scatter elastically (via Z boson exchange) as inelastically (via W boson exchange), of major experimental significance, in, e.g.

  • For energy much less than the mass of the W-boson, the effective theory becomes the current–current contact interaction of the Fermi theory, [...].
  • The W-boson and the Z-boson get their masses through the Higgs mechanism; they do undergo mass renormalization through the renormalization of the electroweak theory.
  • Leone, he developed the study of the asymmetry in production and decay of the W-boson at the Tevatron proton–antiproton collider. W bosons are predominantly produced in collisions of valence quarks; therefore, one can determine the kinematic properties of the up and down quarks in the proton and antiproton from the observation of W production.
  • Standard Model particles besides the top quark and W boson do not make big contributions to the cross-section observed in the [...] decay, but if there are new particles beyond the Standard Model, they could potentially change the ratio of the predicted Standard Model [...] cross-section to the experimentally observed cross-section.
  • Here, [...] is the coupling constant of the weak interaction, and [...] is the mass of the W boson, which mediates the decay in question.

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