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Partial table of elementary particles[edit]

Various Baryons
Particle Symbol Makeup Rest mass
B S C Half life
Proton p uud 983.3 +1 0 0 Stable
Neutron n ddu 939.6 +1 0 0 920
Delta Δ++ uuu 1232 +1 0 0 .6×10-23
Delta Δ+ uud 1232 +1 0 0 .6×10-23
Delta Δ0 udd 1232 +1 0 0 .6×10-23
Delta Δ- ddd 1232 +1 0 0 .6×10-23
Lambda Λ0 uds 1115.6 +1 -1 0 2.60×10-10
Lambda Λ+c udc 2281 +1 0 1 2×10-13
Sigma Σ+ uus 1189.4 +1 -1 0 0.8×10-10
Sigma Σ0 uds 1192.5 +1 -1 0 6×10-20
Sigma Σ- dds 1197.3 +1 -1 0 1.5×10-10
Xi Ξ0 uss 1315 +1 -2 0 2.9×10-10
Xi Ξ- dss 1321 +1 -2 0 1.64×10-10
Omega Ω- sss 1672 +1 -3 0 0.82×10-10

ddu 2.60×10-8

Date links[edit]

This is regarding the article Gnarls Barkley. Please note that per Wikipedia's guidelinies regarding date formatting, dates containing a month and a day are linked to to allow readers' date preferences to work. --Fritz S. (Talk) 11:10, 22 August 2006 (UTC)

Heat melodrama[edit]

ScienceApologist was apparently ticked of that TWTTTL decided to merge heat into thermal energy. Part of the problem is that TWTTTL thought that he was right and was completely unwilling to compromise, to consult any references, or to admit he was wrong. ScienceApologist had the correct information, but he could not understand how TWTTTL could be so stubborn, nor could he persuade TWTTTL (who is impervious to persuasion). The two then engaged in an edit war over heat. I think it was the fact that TWTTTL was completely impervious to logic that drove ScienceApologist away.

I have had encounters with TWTTTL before. TWTTTL thinks that he is always right and is unwilling to compromise. If you have any encounters with him, I suggest immediately finding an administrator and seeking invervention. Negotiation with him is useless. Dr. Submillimeter 20:51, 22 June 2007 (UTC)

Magnetic field[edit]

Thanks for your comments over on talk:Magnetic field and Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Physics. I think the correct strategy for dealing with this anon is going to be references to reliable sources (like Griffiths and Jackson), consensus building, and succinct statements addressing/correcting this anons interpretations. The anon is given to long, drawn-out explanations, and indulging in this kind of debate with him doesn't appear at all productive. Please continue to keep an eye on the discussion and feel free to throw in thoughts when you can, especially as this will be the key to consensus building. Again, thanks for your responses. --FyzixFighter 17:51, 2 July 2007 (UTC)

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