2 edition of Elementary particle physics and scattering theory. found in the catalog.
Elementary particle physics and scattering theory.
Brandeis University Summer Institute in Theoretical Physics (10th 1967)
|Statement||edited by M. Chrétien and S.S. Schweber.|
|Contributions||Chrétien, M., Schweber, S. S.|
The book will be of great use to students and researchers in the field of particle physics. Show less Introduction to Elementary Particle Theory details the fundamental concepts and basic principles of the theory of elementary particles. This highly-regarded text provides a comprehensive introduction to modern particle physics. Extensively rewritten and updated, this 4th edition includes developments in elementary particle physics, as well as its connections with cosmology and astrophysics. As in previous editions, the balance between experiment and theory is continually.
This introductory book, intended for general audiences, covers a broad range of subjects in the elementary particle physics:gauge theory, quark model, parton model, quantum chromodynamics, Weinberg-Salam theory, CP-violation, spontaneous symmetry breaking, Higgs mechanism, Higgs particle, etc. Those subjects. Das & Ferbel: \Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics" () A book that is half on experimental techniques and half on theory. It is more suitable for a bachelor level course and does not contain a treatment of scattering theory for particles with spin. Martin and Shaw: \Particle Physics ", 2-nd ed. Elementary particle physics and cosmology: current status and prospects perimental facts about the decays and scattering of particles. The physics of intermediate vector bosons and of Higgs par- cepts and formula thas art e use idn elementary particle physics. Thus, Nachtmann's book undoubtedl finy wild anl extensive readership for itself.
The book deals with this progress but includes chapters which provide the necessary background material to modern particle le physics forms an essential part of physics curriculum. This is a textbook but will also be useful for people working in this field and for nuclear physicists, particularly those who work on topics. There in he became Associate Professor of Nuclear and Subnuclear Physics. His research activities regard elementary particle physics theory and phenomenology and he has spent periods visiting such institutions and laboratories as CERN, MIT, SLAC, Fermilab, BNL, . In particular, virtually all that is known about elementary particles is a result of the interpretation of scattering experiments. In condensed matter physics as well, the bulk of our understanding of materials on a microscopic level comes from the scattering of neutrons, photons and electrons.
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These notes focus on some aspects concerning the connection between theory and observations. ( views).ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Electroweak Dynamics. The Standard Model --Neutral Current Physics at Resonance --Precision Tests of the Electroweak Theory --Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa Matrix --QCD --Deep Inelastic Scattering --Jets and Fragmentations --Gluons --Jets in Hadron Reactions --Appendix.
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In the first part we present some basic general principles and concepts which are used in elementary particle physics. The reader is supposed to learn here the "language" of particle Author: Otto Nachtmann.