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Date 07.10.2009 D 0 -D 0 Oscillation Niels van de Vegte & Roel Tempelaar Supervisor: Johan Messchendorp Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut
Date 07.10.2009 Outline
Date 07.10.2009 Basics of the Standard Model
Date 07.10.2009 Basics of the Standard Model
Date 07.10.2009 Hadrons: Baryons Proton Neutron
Date 07.10.2009 Hadrons: Neutral mesons
Date 07.10.2009 Fundamental force: Strong interaction
Date 07.10.2009 Fundamental force: Weak interaction
Date 07.10.2009 2 generations quark mixing Strong interaction Eigenstates Weak interaction Eigenstates
Date 07.10.2009 Cabibbo surpressed/favoured WeakStrong
Date 07.10.2009 Cabibbo surpressed/favoured Rates Cabibbo favoured Cabibbo surpressed
Date 07.10.2009 Cabibbo surpressed/favoured
Date 07.10.2009 Cabibbo angle measurement
Date 07.10.2009 Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix WeakStrongUnitary matrix
Date 07.10.2009 Neutral D meson oscillation
Date 07.10.2009 Schrödinger equation
Date 07.10.2009 Single particle case Time evolution Mass Inverse lifetime
Date 07.10.2009 Single particle case Time evolution Time-dependent Schrödinger equation Hamiltonian
Date 07.10.2009 Hamiltonian
Date 07.10.2009 Hamiltonian Mixing CP violation
Date 07.10.2009 Hamiltonian CP violation
Date 07.10.2009 Hamiltonian Eigenstates
Date 07.10.2009 Hamiltonian Eigenvalues
Date 07.10.2009 Probability
Date 07.10.2009 Dimensionless ratios
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