Composite quarks and leptons
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 160)
The possibility that quarks and leptons are composite objects is discussed. The rishon model is studied in detail as an explicit example.
KeywordsGauge Symmetry Chiral Symmetry Global Symmetry Goldstone Boson Chiral Symmetry Breaking
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