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Muon Experiment
edited by Laboratory Physicist Dean Hudek
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the mean lifetime of the muon. A muon is a weakly interacting particle similar to an electron but differing in lepton number and mass (roughly 207 times as massive).
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Muon properties
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Metadata instance created August 3, 2011 by Dean Hudek
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