Elementary Particle Physics. Foundations of the Standard Model V2

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  • 646 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This second volume of Elementary Particle Physics, Foundations of the Standard Model , concentrates on the main aspects of the Standard Model by addressing developments from its establishments to recent progress and some future prospects.

Two subjects are clearly separated which cover dynamics of the electroweak and strong interactions, but basso continuo throughout the book is a bridge between theory and experiments. All the basic formulas are derived from the first principle, and corrections to meet the experimental accuracy are explained. This volume is a logical step up from volume 1 but can also be considered and used as an independent monograph for high energy and theoretical physicists, as well as astronomers, graduate students and lecturers in physics

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Part I Electroweak Dynamics

1. The Standard Model

2. Neutral Current

3. W

4. Physics at Z Resonance

5. Precision Tests of the Electroweak Theory

6. Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa Matrix

Part II QCD Dynamics

7. QCD

8. Deep Inelastic Scattering

9. Jets and Fragmentations

10. Gluons

11. Jets in Hadron Reactions

A Feynman Rules for the Electroweak Theory

B Radiative Corrections to the Gauge Boson Self Energy

C tHooft′s Gauge

D Fierz Transformation

E Collins–Soper Frame

F Multipole Expansion of the Vertex Function

G SU(N) 2)

H Unitarity Relation

I s Model and the Chiral Perturbation Theory

J Splitting Function

K Answers to the Problems

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Yorikiyo Nagashima is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Physics of Osaka University, Japan. An organizer of international conferences, he is also a member of the most important collaboration groups in his field of expertise, including those related to neutrino research. Professor Nagashima was the spokesman of the VENUS group, one of the major detectors of the Japanese first collider accelerator TORISTAN, where he served the first and second term at the start of the project. Professor Nagashima has authored or co–authored 296 papers, some of them cited up to 250 times.
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