Physics at LEP
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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