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1.What minimum laboratory speed would an electron/positron pair need in order to form an Upsilon(4s) meson (mass of 10.58 GeV) ...

eson (mass of 10.58 GeV) upon collision? You may assume they each have the same speed(half of the necessary energy to make a single meson) and express it as a percentage of c, or simply as β. Be sure to include a value of gamma in your work in the case that your calculator doesn’t have the precision to give a β≠1.
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