Quarks, Leptons, and Their Constituents

  • Antonino Zichichi

Part of the The Subnuclear Series book series (SUS, volume 22)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Opening Lecture

    1. M. Basile, J. Berbiers, G. Cara Romeo, L. Cifarelli, A. Contin, G. D’Ali et al.
      Pages 1-53
  3. Theoretical Lectures

    1. A. Eastaugh, P. van Nieuwenhuizen
      Pages 83-134
    2. Harald Fritzsch
      Pages 135-188
    3. H. Leutwyler
      Pages 189-224
  4. Seminars on Specialized Topics

    1. Clemens A. Heusch
      Pages 279-324
    2. S. van der Meer
      Pages 325-348
  5. Review Lecture

    1. M. Koshiba
      Pages 349-390
    2. S. J. Lindenbaum
      Pages 391-446
    3. André Martin
      Pages 447-477
    4. M. Basile, J. Berbiers, G. Cara Romeo, L. Cifarelli, A. Contin, G. D’Ali et al.
      Pages 517-564
  6. The Glorious Days of Physics

    1. Gian Carlo Wick
      Pages 565-578
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 579-605

About this book


From 5 to 15 August 1984, a group of 79 physicists from 61 laboratories in 26 countries met in Erice for the 22nd Course of the International School of Subnuclear Physics. The countries represented were Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, People's Republic of China, Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, France, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America. The School was sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Public Education (MPI), the Italian Ministry of Scientific and Technologi­ cal Research (MRST), the Regional Sicilian Government (ERS), and the Weizmann Institute of Science. The programme of the School was devoted to a review of the most significant results in theoretical and experimental research work on the interactions between what we believe today are the point like constituents of the world: quarks and leptons. It should however not be forgotten that many problems are still to be understood: especially in the forefront of the correla­ tion between quarks and leptons. This game started in 1966 with the proposal for "leptonic quarks" and went on with "preons" and "rishons" just to quote the most famous attempts to unify these two worlds.


CERN Collider Lepton Quark

Editors and affiliations

  • Antonino Zichichi
    • 1
  1. 1.European Physical SocietyGenevaSwitzerland

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