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Flavor Mixing in Weak Interactions

  • Ling-Lie Chau

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Ling-Lie Chau
    Pages 1-2
  3. Hans-Wolfgang Siebert
    Pages 37-61
  4. Paul Avery
    Pages 91-122
  5. Felix Boehm
    Pages 123-142
  6. Tso-Hsiu Ho
    Pages 163-185
  7. Lincoln Wolfenstein
    Pages 187-202
  8. M. A. B. Bég
    Pages 203-216
  9. Juliet Lee-Franzini
    Pages 217-238
  10. A. Barbaro-Galtieri
    Pages 273-317
  11. Kiyoshi Niu
    Pages 341-360
  12. David Hitlin
    Pages 361-382
  13. Kameshwar C. Wali
    Pages 435-457
  14. Maurice Goldhaber
    Pages 475-480
  15. Makoto Kobayashi
    Pages 495-502
  16. L. S. Littenberg
    Pages 509-544
  17. John S. Hagelin
    Pages 559-575
  18. William M. Morse
    Pages 599-607
  19. Kuang-chao Chou
    Pages 609-635
  20. Gino Segrè
    Pages 637-653
  21. Berthold Stech
    Pages 735-759
  22. Ling-Lie Chau
    Pages 761-767
  23. Back Matter
    Pages 769-803

About this book

Introduction

The 50-year history of weak interaction since Fermi's pro­ posal of this coupling has been marked with striking direct inter­ plays between experimental results and theoretical understanding, e.g. the discoveries of neutrinos, parity violation, and CP vio­ lation. The recent discoveries of the quark hierarchy, the charm and the beauty, and the intermediate vector bosons W± and ZO have truly made a splendid page in the history of particle physics. It is the purpose of this conference to discuss the questions of quark and lepton generations and mixing, their relations to CP violation, and to ask the questions about what are inside the quarks and the leptons in view of the present and future exper­ imental situation. Dr. Ling-Lie Chau Brookhaven National Laboratory Upton, New York vii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank all the Advisory and Organizing Committee members for their advice and suggestions during the organization of the conference. The running of the conference could not have gone so smoothly without the help of many participants, I sincerely thank: L. Becker, F.J. Botella, S. Gentile, P. Le Comte, M.E. Machacek, L. Lanceri, W.M. Morse, F.J. Olness, Y.-X. Pham, G. Poulard, K.J. Sliwa, and J.N. Webb.

Keywords

energy experiment gravity neutron oscillation particle physics physics quark standard model symmetry weak interaction

Editors and affiliations

  • Ling-Lie Chau
    • 1
  1. 1.Brookhaven National LaboratoryUptonUSA

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