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Introduction to High Energy Physics By Donald H. Perkins

Introduction to High Energy Physics
by Donald H. Perkins

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The third edition of this leading book maintains the informal empirical approach of previous editions while bringing readers up to date on recent theoretical and experimental developments. Includes chapter problems with worked-out solutions at the end of the book.
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Introduction to High Energy Physics by Donald H. Perkins

The most significant new developments in high energy physics, such as the experimental verification of W+Z<198><198> particles and new tests of the theory of quark interactions update this Third Edition. Professor Perkins provides a balance between experimental and theoretical concepts, with treatment that is informal and empirical, emphasizing the basic theoretical concepts rather than mathematical detail, and key experiments in the field and how they have influenced our thinking. Key experiments include helicity of the neutrino, electric dipole moment of the neutron, the level spectrum of heavy quark-antiquark states, and deep inelastic scattering of leptons by nucleons.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction and Overview.

2. Particle Detectors and Accelerators.

3. Invariance Principles and Conservation Laws.

4. Hadron-Hadron Interactions.

5. Static Quark Model of Hadrons.

6. Electromagnetic Interactions.

7. Weak Interactions.

8. Quark-Quark Interactions: The Parton Model and QCD.

9. The Unification of Electroweak and Other Interactions.



Solutions to Problems.



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Introduction to High Energy Physics by Donald H. Perkins
Donald H. Perkins
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Pearson Education (US)
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