By Chris Quigg
This thoroughly revised and up-to-date graduate-level textbook is a perfect advent to gauge theories and their purposes to high-energy particle physics, and takes an in-depth examine new legislation of nature--quantum chromodynamics and the electroweak concept. From quantum electrodynamics via unified theories of the interactions between leptons and quarks, Chris Quigg examines the good judgment and constitution at the back of gauge theories and the experimental underpinnings of state-of-the-art theories. Quigg emphasizes how we all know what we all know, and within the period of the massive Hadron Collider, his insightful survey of the normal version and the following nice questions for particle physics makes for compelling reading.
The brand-new variation exhibits how the electroweak concept built in dialog with scan. that includes a wide-ranging therapy of electroweak symmetry breaking, the physics of the Higgs boson, and the significance of the 1-TeV scale, the ebook strikes past proven wisdom and investigates the trail towards unified theories of sturdy, vulnerable, and electromagnetic interactions. particular calculations and various routines let readers to derive the implications of those theories. wide annotated bibliographies accompany each one bankruptcy, enlarge issues of conceptual or technical curiosity, introduce additional purposes, and lead readers to the study literature. scholars and pro practitioners will make the most of the text's present insights, and experts wishing to appreciate gauge theories will locate the e-book an awesome reference for self-study.
- Brand-new variation of a landmark textual content introducing gauge theories
- Consistent cognizance to how we all know what we know
- Explicit calculations enhance recommendations and have interaction with experiment
- Interesting and various difficulties sharpen talents and ideas
- Extensive annotated bibliographies
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