Lectures on Elementary Particles and Quantum Field Theory: v. 1 ePub download
by S. Deser,etc.
- ISBN: 026204031X
- ISBN13: 978-0262040310
- ePub: 1874 kb | FB2: 1117 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Physics
- Publisher: MIT Press (April 1971)
- Pages: 598
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401) 658-4226 Books, South America and Asia. The first volume of the Brandeis University Summer Institute lecture series of 1970 on theories of interacting elementary particles, consisting of four sets of lectures
401) 658-4226 Books, South America and Asia. 800) 405-1619 Customer Service. The first volume of the Brandeis University Summer Institute lecture series of 1970 on theories of interacting elementary particles, consisting of four sets of lectures. Every summer since 1959 Brandeis University has conducted a lecture series centered on various areas of theoretical physics. The areas are sufficiently broad to interest a large number of physicists and the lecturers are among the original explorers of these areas. The 1970 lectures, presented in two volumes, are on theories of interacting elementary particles.
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The book focuses on the strong interaction theory of quantum .
The book focuses on the strong interaction theory of quantum chromodynamics and the electroweak interaction theory of Glashow, Weinberg, and Salam, as well as the grand unification theory, exemplified by the simplest SU(5) model. These lectures provide a concise introduction to the so-called "Beyond the Standard Model"' physics, with particular emphasis on the problem of the microscopic origin of the Higgs mass term and of the Electro-Weak symmetry breaking scale in connection with Naturalness. QED is the quantum field theory of electrons and positrons (the electron-positron field) and photons (the electromagnetic or radiation field).
Quantum field theory can be thought of as a book-keeping device for keeping track of particles that come and go. .This is only interesting in the context of varying numbers of particles; for fixed number of particles would not use this.
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