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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Herwig Schopper
    Pages 1-3
  3. Guido Altarelli
    Pages 4-18
  4. Guido Altarelli
    Pages 52-90
  5. Hartmut Wittig
    Pages 91-165
  6. Eliezer Rabinovici
    Pages 316-359
  7. Dominik J. Schwarz
    Pages 360-402
  8. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 403-405
  9. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 406-413
  10. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 414-421
  11. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 422-426
  12. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 427-454
  13. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 455-472
  14. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 473-481
  15. Konrad Kleinknecht
    Pages 482-483
  16. Masatoshi Koshiba
    Pages 484-491
  17. Masayuki Nakahata
    Pages 492-504
  18. Takaaki Kajita
    Pages 505-518
  19. Takashi Kobayashi, Tsuyoshi Nakaya, Koichiro Nishikawa
    Pages 519-533
  20. Atsuto Suzuki, Kunio Inoue
    Pages 534-541

About this book

Introduction

The Landoldt-Börnstein Data Collection has become known as a compilation of numerical data and functional relations. However, already in the past some volumes have been published which went beyond that objective and provided a more comprehensive summary of a special field. In agreement with the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Werner Martienssen, Volume I/21 will be a further step in extending the purpose and in modernizing the Landoldt-Börnstein Series. This volume will provide in the style of an encyclopedia a summary of the results of particle physics and the methods and instruments to obtain this information. Subvolume I/21A reports on the present state of theoretical and experimental knowledge in particle physics. In Subvolume I/21B detectors and data handling will be covered and Subvolume I/21C will be devoted to the technology of accelerators and colliders. The time to give a summary of elementary particle physics seems to be appropriate. The results of the electron-positron collider LEP at CERN have been fully analyzed and also the data of the other facilities in operation (e.g. TEVATRON and "Beauty-factories") have achieved a certain maturity. It will take several years before new data from the LHC starting operation in 2008 will become available to indicate new ways beyond the well established "Standard Model of Particle Physics". Of course, results from n- accelerator physics continue to come in and the most recent results are reported. Since particle physics and cosmology become ever more intertwined one chapter is devoted to this topic.

Keywords

Meson Neutrino Particle Physics Quark Standard Model cosmology electroweak interaction gauge theory grand unification neutrino masses quantum chromodynamics quark flavour mixing strings supersymmetry symmetry violation

Editors and affiliations

  • H. Schopper
    • 1
  1. 1.CERNGeneva 23Switzerland

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-74203-6
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-74202-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-74203-6
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9522
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