# AN OPERATOR EQUATION AND RELATIVISTIC ALTERATIONS IN THE TIME FOR RADIOACTIVE DECAY

@article{Herrmann1996ANOE, title={AN OPERATOR EQUATION AND RELATIVISTIC ALTERATIONS IN THE TIME FOR RADIOACTIVE DECAY}, author={Robert A. Herrmann}, journal={International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences}, year={1996}, volume={19}, pages={397-402} }

In this paper, using concepts from the nonstandard physical world, the linear effect
line element is derived. Previously, this line element was employed to obtain, with the exception
of radioactive decay, all of the experimentally verified special theory relativistic alterations in
physical measures. This line element is now used to derive, by means of separation of variables,
an expression that predicts the same increase in the decay time for radioactive material as that
predicted by the…

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