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  What would be the outcome when two polarized electron beams collide head on?

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Let's say that I have two electron beams targeted towards each other along x-axis. Both beams are polarized on axis (z-axis) perpendicular to x-axis. Another beam's polarization is up and another down on z-axis.

What would happen when those polarized electrons collide (with low energy)? Just plain elastic collisions? Has somebody ran such an experiment? Any references?

Closed as per community consensus as the post is Undergraduate-level; too low-level
asked Jun 14, 2014 in Closed Questions by Kimmo Rouvari (-764 points) [ no revision ]
recategorized Aug 13, 2014 by dimension10

Voting to close as too low level for PhysicsOverflow. This question seems to be undergraduate-level I think, which is not appropriate for PhysicsOverflow, which is a graduate-level site.

Yes I agree with dimension10. It would be a good question for the PhysicsUnderflow to come though.

LOL :D Clowns!

If you think my question is undergraduate-level then you have no problem answering to it, have you? I made this same question in Physics Stack Exchange, and at least there somebody gave a decent comment (though no answers yet). 

@KimmoRouvari That's because PSE is not an exclusively graduate-level site. I just don't understand the logic behind "Answer my question since it's UG-level". I don't want to encourage you to ask more low-level questions, so I won't answer it!

If you really think that my question is undergraduate level then you are simply wrong. 

Yes it is. Why you ask?

@kimmo the paper looks to be at the level of basic high school, which suggests you don't know what undergraduate level is. I could be wrong, so why not submit it for review here?

If the paper looks to be at basic high school level then I'm succeeded! Underlying theory is simple but yet very powerful. Reviewing it here? That would be hilarious! mr. Dilaton and dimension10 consider me as a crackpot :-) (we know through the reference frame)

@KimmoRouvari Um, paper reviewing is done by any community member, not admins.  

Fair enough. Should we clean the "table" and show some respect to each other?

@kimmo honestly, submit that paper for review here, making sure you select the revews1 category. Please bear in mind that your reputation my be publicly ripped to shreds here.





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