Mean lifetime of a false vacuum in terms of the Krylov-Fock nonescape probability

@article{Maziashvili2020MeanLO,
title={Mean lifetime of a false vacuum in terms of the Krylov-Fock nonescape probability},
author={Michael Maziashvili},
journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
year={2020}
}

The Krylov-Fock expression of non-decay (or survival) probability, which allows to evaluate the deviations from the exponential decay law (nowadays well established experimentally), is more informative as it readily provides the distribution function for the lifetime as a random quantity. Guided by the well established formalism for describing nuclear alpha decay, we use this distribution function to figure out the mean value of lifetime and its fluctuation rate. This theoretical framework is… Expand

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