Is it possible to observe the track of a charged particle with a lifetime of 10 ^ -23 s in a bubble chamber

Particles with a lifetime of the order of 10 ^ -23 s are called resonances. Their lifespan is so short that they do not have time to travel enough distance to be found before they decay. However, it is possible to fix their decay products.

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