Physics at LEP
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 223)
By the time of the school the commissioning of LEP was just starting and obviously there were no physics results, not even a single Z° event. The first events have been observed since then in August.
KeywordsDeep Inelastic Scattering Semileptonic Decay Hadronic Event Neutrino Species Invisible Width
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