I will pay a consultant/nuclear physics expert to answer any or all of my five questions below to prepare me to perform three separate modified versions of the nobel-prize winning experiment reported at segre et al., phys. Rev. 100, 947 (1955). Segre failed to report that their pion data (averaging 38.63 nanoseconds) showed the pions were travelling faster than light (1.05c) over the 40-foot flight distance
(1) what is the equation that calculates the angle of deflection (always 21 degrees?) from the proton beam to magnet m1 as a function of the energy of the proton beam? Provide an example using dimensions showing how the equation works.
(2) what is the equation that calculates the momentum of the antiprotons and pions as they arrive at magnet m1 as a function of the energy of the proton beam? Provide an example using dimensions showing how the equation works.
(3) does the position of the one-inch-cubed copper target affect these two equations?
(4) how do experimental physicists align the m1 magnet (up and down, left and right) to get the pions and antiprotons to travel into the m1 magnet’s aperture?
(5) the antiproton/pion path curves inside the m1 magnet (60 inches long for segre’s magnet, while i will be using three separate m1 magnets, which will probably have a different length). This curvature is induced by the m1 magnetic field (13,700 gauss in the 1955 experiment, while i’ll be doing three variations in magnetic field in my modified experiment). This curvature through the length of the m1 magnet is part of a circle, which is defined by a “radius of curvature” (“r”) calculated by the equation “p = qbr,” where “b” is the magnetic field and “p” is the antiproton/pion momentum (1.19 gev/c in the 1955 experiment, while my three variations will have different values for momentum, probably 1.185 gev/c, 1.19 gev/c, and 1.195 gev/c, or perhaps a wider variation). The term “q” is the charge of the antiprotons/pions. I’m having problems working through the equation and converting the dimensions (gauss, inches, gev/c, (dimensions and values for charge?), etc.). Please produce two or three examples with dimensions demonstrating how this equation works. Your examples will allow me to plug in b and calculate “r.” knowing “r,” i can then calculate how much of the circle (in terms of degrees) traverses through the m1 magnet (number of inches in the magnet length will be determined when i buy my three magnets from my vendor with three different values for b, magnetic field)). Knowing “r,” i can also calculate the length of the portion of the curved circle traveling through the m1 magnet.+7 Other Responses
Yes, i am looking for a consultant who could perform some calculations, relative to some forces, and then tell me the amount of work needed to accomplish the task.+2 Other Responses