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    whats the main difference between a electron and muon?
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    (Original post by NauS)
    whats the main difference between a electron and muon?
    To put it basically, the muon has the same charge as an electron, but with more mass.
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    Exactly.

    A muon's mass is 270x heavier than the mass of an electron.

    (Therefore it will have a lower velocity - wavelength = h/mv).
 
 
 
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