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However, radioactive decay is entirely different: there is no distribution of atomic weight of the decaying nucleus.
A non-zero value of R due to the [e.sup.-] polarization component, which is perpendicular to the plane spanned by the spin of the decaying neutron and the electron momentum, would signal a violation of time reversal symmetry and thus physics beyond the Standard Model.
A HARLEY Street dentist claims three in every five Liverpool children under seven have decaying teeth.
Solid wood controls were also included to verify that the fungus was capable of decaying untreated wood.
Plagued by harsh winters that last for about 11 months a year and freakishly intelligent mosquitoes for the 12th, we huddle in our little dwellings unable to move, doomed to spend eternity in a constant state of introspection, producing artwork from decaying rabbit corpses, and films in which repressed desire manifests itself in macabre acts.
If left untreated, decaying milk teeth can cause abscesses and then the teeth may need to be taken out.
So, all implications of the assumption that the decay process of the dark energy is a quantum decay process can be found only if we apply a quantum decay law to describe decaying metastable dark energy.