Relativistic Dynamical Theory of Particle Decay and Application to K-Mesons

Foundations of Physics 33 (8):1189-1205 (2003)

The theoretical description of particle decay by a single particle theory requires the use of a probability density in time that is not present in conventional theories. The problem of single particle decay is consistently described here within the context of a single particle, relativistic dynamical theory. We derive experimentally testable differences between the standard model and Relativistic Dynamics for a two-state system: the neutral K-meson (K 0) system. We show that the estimate of mass difference between the two states is theory dependent
Keywords particle decay   K-meson  relativistic dynamics
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DOI 10.1023/A:1025674907695
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