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Call number:9781400848225:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Gauge Theories of the Strong, Weak, and Electromagnetic Interactions (electronic resource)
Author(s): Chris Quigg
(Fermilab)
Date:2013
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press
Size:497 p
Contents:Introduction, Lagrangian Formalism and Conservation Laws, The Idea of Gauge Invariance,Non-Abelian Gauge Theories, Hidden Symmetries, Electroweak Interactions of Leptons, Electroweak Interactions of Quarks, Strong Interactions among Quarks, Unified Theories, Epilogue
ISBN:9781400848225
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Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics) , Nuclear reactions , Strong interactions (Nuclear physics)
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Call number:SPRINGER-2016-9783319256191:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:XXI DAE-BRNS High Energy Physics Symposium Proceedings, Guwahati, India, December 8 – 12, 2014
Author(s):
Date:2016
Edition:1st ed. 2016
Size:1 online resource (95 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-25619-1
Contents:Physics in the light flavoured sector -- Double parton scattering studies via di-boson processes using the CMS detector at LHC -- Three-loop HTLpt thermodynamics at finite temperature and chemical potential -- Charting the evolution of
the Strong Interaction’s degrees of freedom -- Vector meson spectral function and dilepton rate in an effective mean field model -- Axial-vector form factors in the chiral quark constituent model -- Nucleon structure in AdS/QCD -- Dual
QCD formulation and quark-antiquark static potential -- Infrared Abelian dominance in a special gauge -- Multiplicity Characteristics of Forward-Backward Emitted Particles in Heavy-Ion Interactions at SPS Energies
ISBN:9783319256191
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Series:Springer Proceedings in Physics: 174
Keywords: Physics , Astrophysics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Call number:SPRINGER-2014-9783642386619:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Particle Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Anwar Kamal
Date:2014
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:This textbook teaches particle physics very didactically. It supports learning and teaching with numerous worked examples, questions and problems with answers. Numerous tables and diagrams lead to a better understanding of theexplanations. The conten t of the book covers all important topics of particle physics: Elementary particles are classified from the point of view of the four fundamental interactions. The nomenclature used in particle physics isexplained. The discoveries and properties of known elementary particles and resonances are given. The particles considered are positrons, muon, pions, anti-protons, strange particles, neutrino and hadrons. The conservation lawsgoverning the interactions of elementary particles are given. The concepts of p arity, spin, charge conjugation, time reversal and gauge invariance are explained. The quark theory is introduced to explain the hadron structure and stronginteractions. The solar neutrino problem is considered. Weak interactions are classified into vario us types, and the selection rules are stated. Non-conservation of parity and the universality of the weak interactions are discussed.Neutral and charged currents, discovery of W and Z bosons and the early universe form important topics of the electroweak interactions. The principles of high energy accelerators including colliders are elaborately explained.Additionally, in the book detectors used in nuclear and particle physics are described. This book is on the upper undergraduate level
Contents:Nuclear Radiation Detectors
High Energy Accelerators
Elementary Particles
Conservation Laws and lnvariance Principles
Strong Interactions
Electromagnetic Interactions
Weak Interactions (Charmed Quark)
Electroweak Interactions
ISBN:9783642386619
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Keywords: Nuclear physics , Quantum theory
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Call number:SPRINGER-2013-9783642321634:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Introduction to Polarization Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Sandibek B Nurushev
Mikhail F Runtso
Mikhail N Strikhanov
Date:2013
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This book is devoted to the polarization (spin) physics of high energy particles and contains three parts. The first part presents the theoretical prefaces of polarization in the particle physics for interpretations, predictionsand bases for understa nding the following two parts. The second part of the book presents the description of the essential polarization experiments including the recent ones. This part is devoted to the innovative instrumentations,gives the parameters of the polarized beams, t argets, polarized gas jets and polarimeters. The third part of the book concentrates on the important achievements in polarization physics. The book can be used in lectures on nuclearand particle physics and and nuclear instruments and methods. As supplem entary reading this book is useful for researchers working in particle and nuclear physics
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Contents:Preface
Theoretical bases of polarization
Spin and its properties
Spin in strong interactions
Theoretical models
Inclusive hadron production
Latest results from the largest polarization setups
Results of the experiments with fixed targets
ISBN:9783642321634
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Keywords: Nuclear physics , Particle acceleration
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Title:Electroweak and Strong Interactions [electronic resource]
Author(s): Florian Scheck
Date:2012
Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
Note:Graduate/advanced undergraduate textbook
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ISBN:9783642202407
Series:Graduate Texts in Physics
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Keywords: Particle and Nuclear Physics , Quantum Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory
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Title:Particles and Nuclei [electronic resource] : An Introduction to the Physical Concepts
Author(s): Bogdan Povh
Klaus Rith
Christoph Scholz
Frank Zetsche
Martin Lavelle
Date:2008
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This well-established textbook gives a uniform and unique presentation of both nuclear and particle physics. Analysis, Part 1, is devoted to disentangling the substructure of matter. This part shows that experiments designed touncover the substructur es of nuclei and nucleons have a similar conceptual basis, and lead to the present picture of all matter being built out of a small number of elementary building blocks and a small number of fundamentalinteractions. Synthesis, Part 2, shows how the elemen tary particles may be combined to build hadrons and nuclei. The fundamental interactions responsible for the forces in all systems become less and less evident in increasinglycomplex systems. A section on neutrino oscillations and one on nuclear matter at high temperatures bridge the field of nuclear and particle physics and modern astrophysics and cosmology. The new edition incorporates a largeamount of new experimental results on deep inelastic scattering (obtained at the Electron-Proton Collider HERA a t DESY in Hamburg) into chapters 7 and 8. Translated into many languages, Particles and Nuclei has become a standardreference for advanced and undergraduate courses. From the reviews of an earlier edition: ...an excellent introduction to nuclear and parti cle physics... A very clear presentation... I thus recommend this book as a very goodphenomenological approach to the physics of particles and nuclei... Physicalia
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Contents:Hors d'oeuvre
Analysis: The Building Blocks of Matter
Global Properties of Nuclei
Nuclear Stability
Scattering
Geometric Shapes of Nuclei
Elastic Scattering of Nucleons
Deep Inelastic Scattering
Quarks, Gluons, and the Strong Interaction
Particle Production in e+e
Collisions
Phenomenology of the Weak Interaction
Exchange Bosons of the Weak Interaction
The Standard Model
Synthesis: Composite Systems
Quarkonia
Mesons Made from Light Quarks
The Baryons
The Nuclear Force
The Structure of Nuclei
Collective Nuclear Excitations
Nuclear Ther
ISBN:9783540793687
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Keywords: Quantum theory , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Plasma (Ionized gases)
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Title:Deformed Spacetime [electronic resource] : Geometrizing Interactions in Four and Five Dimensions
Author(s): Fabio Cardone
Roberto Mignani
Date:2007
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This volume provides a detailed discussion of the mathematical aspects and the physical applications of a new geometrical structure of space-time, based on a generalization (deformation) of the usual Minkowski space, assupposed to be endowed with a m etric whose coefficients depend on the energy. Such a formalism (Deformed Special Relativity, DSR) allows one to account for breakdown of local Lorentz invariance in the usual, special-relativisticmeaning (however, Lorentz invariance is recovered in a gen eralized sense) to provide an effective geometrical description of the four fundamental interactions (electromagnetic, weak, strong and gravitational) Moreover, thefour-dimensional energy-dependent space-time is just a manifestation of a larger, five-dime nsional space in which energy plays the role of a fifth (non-compactified) dimension. This new five-dimensional scheme (Deformed Relativity inFive Dimensions, DR5) represents a true generalization of the usual Kaluza-Klein (KK) formalism. The mathematical properties of such a generalized KK scheme are illustrated. They include the solutions of the five-dimensional Einsteinequations in vacuum in most cases of physical relevance, the infinitesimal symmetries of the theory for the phenomenological metrics of the four interactions, and the study of the five-dimensional geodesics. The mathematical resultsconcerning the geometry of the deformed five-dimensional spacetime (like its Killing symmetries) can be applied also to other multidimensional theories with i nfinite extra dimensions. Some experiments providing preliminary evidence forthe hypothesized deformation of space-time for all the four fundamental interactions are discussed. Audience: Graduate students and researchers in mathematics and physics researc hers and engineers working in nuclear and spaceindustries, space agencies, governmental scientific (including military and defense) institutions
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Series:Fundamental Theories of Physics : v157
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Keywords: Mathematical physics
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Title:Particles and Nuclei [electronic resource] : An Introduction to the Physical Concepts
Author(s): Bogdan Povh
Klaus Rith
Christoph Scholz
Frank Zetsche
Date:2006
Edition:Fifth Edition
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This well-known introductory textbook gives a uniform presentation of nuclear and particle physics from an experimental point of view. The new edition has been extensively revised and updated. The first part, Analysis, is devotedto disentangling the substructure of matter. This part shows that experiments designed to uncover the substructures of nuclei and nucleons have a similar conceptual basis, and lead to the present picture of all matter being constructedfrom a small number of elementary buildin g blocks and a small number of fundamental interactions. The second part, Synthesis, shows how the elementary particles may be combined to build hadrons and nuclei. The fundamental interactions,which are responsible for the forces in all systems, become l ess and less evident in increasingly complex systems. Such systems are in fact dominated by many-body phenomena. A section on neutrino oscillations and one on nuclear matterat high temperatures bridge the field of nuclear and particle physics and modern a strophysics and cosmology. New developments are covered, e. g. in sections on the double beta decay including a discussion of the possibility fora neutrinoless decay and its implications for the standard model. The concise text is based on lectures held a t the University of Heidelberg. It has been translated into many languages and has become a standard reference for advancedundergraduate and graduate courses and includes numerous exercises with worked answers
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Contents:Hors d'oeuvre
Analysis: The Building Blocks of Matter
Global Properties of Nuclei
Nuclear Stability
Scattering
Geometric Shapes of Nuclei
Elastic Scattering of Nucleons
Deep Inelastic Scattering
Quarks, Gluons, and the Strong Interaction
Particle Production in e+e
Collisions
Phenomenology of the Weak Interaction
Exchange Bosons of the Weak Interaction
The Standard Model
Synthesis: Composite Systems
Quarkonia
Mesons Made from Light Quarks
The Baryons
The Nuclear Force
The Structure of Nuclei
Collective Nuclear Excitations
Nuclear Ther
ISBN:9783540366843
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Keywords: Quantum theory , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Plasma (Ionized gases)
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Title:Lattice Hadron Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Alex Kalloniatis
Derek Leinweber
Anthony Williams
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This series of lectures draws upon the developments made in recent years in implementing chirality on the lattice via the overlap formalism. These developments exploit chiral effective field theory in order to extrapolate latticeresults to physical q uark masses, new forms of improving operators to remove lattice artefacts, analytical studies of finite volume effects in hadronic observables, and state-of-the-art lattice calculations of excited resonances. Thisvolume is designed to assist those outside the field who want quickly to becoming literate in these topics. So it is intended for graduate students and experienced researchers in other areas of hadronic physics to provide thebackground through which they can appreciate, if not become active in, c ontemporary lattice gauge theory and its applications to hadronic phenomena
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Contents:Quenching Effects in Lattice Hadron Physics
Quark Propagator From LQCD and its Physical Implications
Generalised Spin Projection for Fermion Actions
Baryon Spectroscopy in Lattice QCD
Hadron Structure an QCD: Effective Field Theory for Lattice Simulations
Lattice Chiral Fermions From Continuum Defects
Strong and Weak Interactions in a Finite Volume
Hadron Properties With FLIC Fermions
ISBN:9783540315254
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics, 0075-8450 : v663
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Nuclear physics
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Title:General Relativity [electronic resource]
Author(s): I. B Khriplovich
Date:2005
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This book offers an alternative to other textbooks on the subject, providing a more specific discussion of numerous general relativistic effects for readers who have knowledge of classical mechanics and electrodynamics, includingspecial relativity. C overage includes gravitational lensing, signal retardation in the gravitational field of the Sun, the Reissner-Nordstrm solution, selected spin effects, the resonance transformation of an electromagnetic waveinto a gravitational one, and the entropy and t emperature of black holes. The book includes numerous problems at various levels of difficulty, making it ideal also for independent study by a broad readership of advanced students andresearchers. I.B. Khriplovich is Chief Researcher, Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, and Chair of Theoretical Physics at Novosibirsk University. Dr. Khriplovich is a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy ofSciences. He has been awarded the Dirac Medal ``For the advancement of theoretical physics'' by U niversity of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, and the Pomeranchuk Prize ``For outstanding contribution to the understanding theproperties of the standard model, especially for illuminating work on weak and strong interactions of quarks'' by the Institu te of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow, Russia
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Contents:Introduction
Particle in Gravitational Field
Fundamentals of the Riemann Geometry
The Einstein Equations
Weak Field. Observable Effects
Variational Principle. Exact solutions
Interaction of Spin with Gravitational Field
Gravitational Waves
General Relativity and Cosmology
How Black are Black Holes?
ISBN:9780387274065
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Keywords: Relativity (Physics)
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Title:Quantum Field Theory [electronic resource] : A Modern Perspective
Author(s): V Parameswaran Nair
Date:2005
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Quantum field theory, which started with Paul Diracs work shortly after the discovery of quantum mechanics, has produced an impressive and important array of results. Quantum electrodynamics, with its extremely accurate andwell-tested predictions, an d the standard model of electroweak and chromodynamic (nuclear) forces are examples of successful theories. Field theory has also been applied to a variety of phenomena in condensed matter physics, includingsuperconductivity, superfluidity and the quantum Hall effect. The concept of the renormalization group has given us a new perspective on field theory in general and on critical phenomena in particular. At this stage, a strong case canbe made that quantum field theory is the mathematical and intellectua l framework for describing and understanding all physical phenomena, except possibly for a quantum theory of gravity. Quantum Field Theory: A Modern Perspectivepresents Professor Nairs view of certain topics in field theory loosely knit together as it gre w out of courses on field theory and particle physics taught at Columbia University and the City College of CUNY. The first few chapters,up to Chapter 12, contain material that generally goes into any course on quantum field theory, although there are a f ew nuances of presentation which readers may find to be different from other books. This first part of the book canbe used for a general course on field theory, omitting, perhaps, the last three sections in Chapter 3, the last two in Chapter 8 and section s 6 and 7 in Chapter 10. The remaining chapters cover some of the more modern developments overthe last three decades, involving topological and geometrical features. The introduction given to the mathematical basis of this part of the discussion is neces sarily brief and should be accompanied by books on the relevantmathematical topics as indicated in the bibliography. Professor Nair also concentrates on developments pertinent to a better understa
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Contents:Results in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
The Construction of Fields
Canonical Quantization
Commutators and Propagators
Interactions and the S
Matrix
The Electromagnetic Field
Examples of Scattering Processes
Functional Integral Representations
Renormalization
Gauge Theories
Symmetry
Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking
Anamolies I
Elements of Differential Geometry
Path Integrals
Gauge Theory: Configuration Space
Anamolies II
Finite Temperatire and Density
Gauge Theory: Nonperturbative Questions
Elements of Geometric Quantization
Appendix: R
ISBN:9780387250984
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Keywords: Field theory (Physics) , Quantum theory , Mathematical physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2003-9789401000765:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Techniques and Concepts of High-Energy Physics XII
Author(s):
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (383 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0076-5
Contents:THE STANDARD MODEL AND THE TOP QUARK -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Standard Model -- 3 Virtual Top Quark -- 4 Top Strong Interactions -- 5 Top Weak Interactions -- NEUTRINO PHYSICS -- 1 Lecture 1: Neutrino Masses -- 2 Lecture 2: Neutrino
Oscillations -- 3 Lecture 3: Solar and Atmospheric Neutrinos -- THE SUPERSYMMETRIC UNIVERSE -- 1 Getting Motivated -- 2 Simple Models -- 3 Towards Realistic Models -- 4 Phenomenology -- 5 Lepton Flavour Violation -- 6 Concluding
Remarks -- WEIGHING THE UNIVERSE -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dark Matter -- COSMOLOGY, INFLATION AND THE PHYSICS OF NOTHING -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Resurrecting Einstein’s greatest blunder -- 3 The Cosmic Microwave Background -- 4 Inflation
-- 5 Looking for signs of quantum gravity in inflation -- 6 Conclusion -- SILICON DETECTORS -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Silicon Strip Detector Principles of Operation -- 3 Silicon Strip Detector Performance -- 4 Radiation Damage to Silicon
Devices -- 5 Silicon Sensor Fabrication -- 6 Construction of Detector Modules -- 7 Front-end Electronics -- 8 Silicon Detectors in Experiments -- 9 Other Types of Silicon Detector -- 10 Conclusions -- GASEOUS DETECTORS: THEN AND NOW --
1 Introduction and Historical Overview -- 2 Single Wire Proportional Chamber (SWPC) -- 3 Multiwire Proportional Chambers -- 4 Drift and Diffusion of Charges in Gases Under the Influence of and Electric Field -- 5 Large Volume Tracking
-- 6 Limitations in Wire Chambers and Future Perspectives -- NUCLEI AT THE BORDERLINE OF THEIR EXISTENCE -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Nuclear Shells and the Stability of Heavy Elements -- 3 Reactions of Synthesis -- 4 Strategies of
Experiments and Experimental Equipment -- 5 Experiments Devoted to the Synthesis of Superheavy Nuclei 48Ca + 244Pu Reaction -- 6 Experiments with the 248Cm-target. Synthesis of Element 116 -- 7 Even-odd Isotopes. Experiments with 238U
and 242Pu -- 8 Comparison with Theoretical Predictions 369 -- 9 Consequences and Prospects -- PARTICIPANTS
ISBN:9789401000765
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Series:NATO Science Series, Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry: 123
Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Atomic Physics at Accelerators: Stored Particles and Fundamental Physics Proceedings of the APAC 2001, held in Aarhus, Denmark, 8–13 September 2001
Author(s):
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (351 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-007-0946-1
Contents:1. Ion-electron recombination -- Recombination Measurements at Ion Storage Rings -- Enhancement of Low-Energy Electron Ion Recombination in a Magnetic Field -- Recombination Enhancement in Electron Coolers -- Enhancement of
Dielectronic Recombination by External Electromagnetic Fields -- Radiative Electron Capture into the K- and L-Shell of H-, He-, and Li-Like Uranium Ions at Relativistic Energies -- Polarization of the Lyman-?1 Line Following the
Radiative Recombination of Bare, High-Z Ions -- Dielectronic Recombination of Very Heavy Lithiumlike Ions -- 2. Fundamental constants, interactions and symmetries -- Measurement of the g Factor of the Bound Electron in Hydrogen-like
Oxygen 16O7+ -- Mass of the Electron from the Electronic g Factor in Hydrogenlike Carbon — the Influence of Other Fundamental Parameters -- Towards a Measurement of the n = 2 Lamb Shift in Hydrogen-like Nitrogen Using an Electron Beam
Ion Trap -- Vacuum- Polarization Corrections to Parity-Nonconserving Effects in Atomic Systems -- Toward a New Test of the Relativistic Time Dilation Factor by Laser Spectroscopy of Fast Ions in a Storage Ring -- The Weak Interaction
Studied with Trapped Ions and Atoms -- The Legnaro Francium Magneto-Optical Trap -- WITCH: A Penning Trap Retardation Spectrometer Combination for Precision Studies of the Weak Interaction -- 3. Spectra and lifetimes of highly charged
ions -- Structure and Dynamics of High-Z Ions Studied at the ESR Storage Ring -- Fast-Beam Laser Spectroscopy of Helium-like Silicon -- Physics with Highly-Charged Ions in an EBIT -- Systematic Calculations of Total Atomic Binding
Energies -- Relativistic Transition Energies and Radiative Transition Rates for Forbidden Transitions in the Is2 2s2 2p4 Atomic Configuration for 20 ? Z ? 30 -- Correlation and Relativistic Effects on Landé gJ Factors of Atomic Ions --
Magnetic Sublevel Population Studied for H- and He-like Uranium in Relativistic Ion-Atom Collisions -- Lifetime Measurement of the Metastable 23P0 State in Helium-like 197Au -- Nuclear and Electron Polarization Contributions to the HFS
of Hydrogen- and Lithium-like Ions -- 4. Atomic lifetimes and spectra -- Studies of Lifetimes in an Ion Storage Ring Using Laser Technique -- Strong Relaxation and Correlation Effects on the 2p53s-2p6 Spectrum of Neutral Neon -- 5.
Ionization, fragmentation and electron capture -- Threshold Laws for Four-Particle Fragmentation: Mass Effects -- Subshell Resolved Measurements of Single Electron Capture in Slow Ne7+-Helium Collisions -- 6. Cooling of beams in traps
and storage rings -- Vertical Blow-up in a Low-Current, Stored, Laser-Cooled Ion Beam -- Laser- Cooled Ions and Atoms in a Storage Ring -- Electron Cooling of Positrons in LEPTA -- Stability of Crystalline Ion Beams -- Observations of
Ordered Beams in CRYRING -- Cold Electrons from Cryogenic GaAs Photocathodes: Energetic and Angular Distributions -- Study of Cooling and Storage Properties of a Gas-Filled Linear Paul Trap Coupled to a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer
for Mass Measurements of Exotic Nuclei -- 7. New developments in charged particle traps and storage rings -- New Magnetic Storage Rings -- Research with Trapped keV Ion Beams -- First Results of Ion Trapping in the Dresden EBIT II --
SHIPTRAP is Trapping: A Capture and Storage Device on Its Way towards a RIB- Facility -- Design Studies of an Electrostatic Storage Ring -- First Tests of a Linear Radiofrequency Quadrupole for the Cooling and Bunching of Radioactive
Light Ions -- 8. Investigations relevant for Astrophysics -- Molecular Physics in Storage Rings: From Laboratory to Space -- Astrophysically Motivated, Forbidden-Line Lifetime Measurements on Iron Ions (Fe9+-Fe12+) Using a Heavy-Ion
Storage Ring -- 9. Clusters, biomolecules, aerosols and nanoparticles -- Laser Investigations of Stored Metal Cluster Ions -- Studies of Clusters and Biomolecules ín ELIS A -- Molecular Ions and Nanoparticles in RF and AC Traps --
Carbon Cluster Ions For a Study of the Accuracy of ISOLTRAP -- 10. Atomic physics with antiparticles -- Atomic Spectroscopy and Collisions Using Slow Antiprotons — the ASACUSA Experiment at CERN-AD -- Practical Uses of Antiprotons --
Energy Levels of Hydrogenlike Kaonic Atoms -- High-Precision Calculation of the Fine and Hyperfine Structure Splittings of Antiprotonic Helium-3,4 Atoms -- Time-Dependent Coupled-Channel Calculations of the Annihilation Rate in
Positron-Hydrogen Collisions -- Measurement of the Strong Interaction Shift and Width of the Ground State of Pionic Hydrogen -- Author Index
ISBN:9789400709461
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Keywords: Physics , Inorganic chemistry , Atoms , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra , Inorganic Chemistry
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Title:Gauge Theories of the Strong and Electroweak Interaction
Author(s): Manfred Böhm
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (784 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-322-80160-9
Contents:1 Phenomenological basis of gauge theories of strong, electromagnetic, and weak interactions -- 1.1 Elementary particles and their interactions -- 1.2 Elements of relativistic quantum field theory -- 1.3 The quark model of hadrons --
1.4 Basics of the electroweak interaction -- 1.5 The quark-parton model -- 1.6 Higher-order field-theoretical effects in QED -- 1.7 Towards gauge theories of strong and electroweak interactions -- 2 Quantum theory of Yang—Mills fields
-- 2.1 Green functions and S-matrix elements -- 2.2 Path-integral representation of quantum field theory -- 2.3 Local gauge invariance -- 2.4 Path-integral formulation of gauge theories -- 2.5 Renormalization of quantum field theories
-- 2.6 Renormalization group -- 2.7 Anomalies -- 2.8 Infrared and collinear singularities -- 2.9 Non-perturbative aspects of gauge theories -- 2.10 Lattice approximation of gauge theories -- 3 Quantum Chromodynamics -- 3.1 Asymptotic
freedom of QCD -- 3.2 QCD in deep-inelastic scattering -- 3.3 Perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics -- 3.4 Heavy-quark effective theory (HQET) -- 3.5 Light quarks and chiral perturbation theory -- 3.6 Results of lattice approximation of
QCD -- 3.7 Quark confinement -- 3.8 A test of QCD: the running of ?S -- 4 Gauge theories of the electroweak interaction -- 4.1 Spontaneous symmetry breaking -- 4.2 The Standard Model of the Electroweak Interaction -- 4.3 Simple
applications of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.4 Quantization of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.5 Renormalization of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.6 Electroweak radiative corrections -- 5 Extensions of the Standard
Model -- 5.1 Grand unified theories (GUTs) -- 5.2 Supersymmetry -- A Appendix -- A.1 Conventions -- A.2 Feynman rules for the Electroweak Standard Model -- General references
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Title:Cosmic Plasma Physics
Author(s): Boris V Somov
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (652 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-9592-6
Contents:1 Particles and Fields: Exact Self-Consistent Description -- 2 A Statistical Description of Cosmic Plasma -- 3 Propagation of Accelerated Particles in Cosmic Plasma -- 4 The Motion of a Particle in Given Fields -- 5 Wave-Particle
Interactions in Cosmic Plasma -- 6 Coulomb Collisions of Particles in Cosmic Plasma -- 7 A Hydrodynamic Description of Cosmic Plasma -- 8 Magnetohydrodynamics of Cosmic Plasma -- 9 Cosmic Plasma Flows in a Strong Magnetic Field -- 10
MHD Waves in Cosmic Plasma -- 11 Discontinuous Flows in a MHD Medium -- 12 Evolutionarity of MHD Discontinuities -- 13 Particle Acceleration by Shock Waves -- 14 Cosmic Plasma Equilibrium in Magnetic Field -- 15 Stationary Flows in a
Magnetic Field -- 16 Magnetic Reconnection in Current Sheets -- 17 Stationary Models of Reconnecting Current Sheets -- 18 Particle Acceleration in Current Sheets -- 19 Structural Instability of Reconnecting Current Sheets -- 20 The
Tearing Instability of a Reconnecting Current Sheet -- 21 Selected Trends in Cosmic Plasma Physics -- 22 Magnetic Reconnection of Electric Currents -- Epilogue -- Appendix 1. Notation -- Appendix 2. Useful Expressions -- Appendix 3.
Constants
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Keywords: Physics , Astrophysics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Title:Particle Physics: Ideas and Recent Developments
Author(s):
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (514 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-4128-4
Contents:Results from LEP 200 -- Anomalous Quartic Couplings at LEP2 -- Physics with an e+ e- Linear Collider at High Luminosity -- Point Splitting and U(1) Gauge Invariance -- Neutrino Oscillations -- Physics of CP Violation and Rare Decays
-- HERA - Experimental Results -- Recent Results and Perspectives at CDF and DO -- Heavy Gauge Boson Production at Small Transverse Momentum in Hadron-Hadron Collisions -- Recent Developments in the Theory of Strong Interactions: Power
Corrections and Renormalons 245 -- Supersymmetric Extensions of the Standard Model -- Enhanced Global Symmetries and a Strong Electroweak Sector:Chiral/Conformal Phase Transition -- Supersymmetry and Duality in Field Theory and String
Theory -- Baryogenesis -- Cosmology and Dark Matter
ISBN:9789401141284
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory
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Title:Physics with Tau Leptons
Author(s): Achim Stahl
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (317 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0109618
Contents:The ? lepton and the third family -- Experimental aspects -- The static properties of the ? -- Electroweak physics at the Z0 pole -- Strong interactions in ? decays -- ? physics at hadron colliders -- The ? neutrino -- The lorentz
structure of the charged current -- Searching for CP violation -- Rare and forbidden decays -- Summary and outlook -- Physics with tau leptons -- Physics with tau leptons
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Physics , Particle and Nuclear Physics
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Title:Applications of High-Field and Short Wavelength Sources
Author(s):
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (300 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-9241-6
Contents:1. High-Power Laser Sources -- The Production of Petawatt Laser Pulses -- Multiterawatt Ultraviolet Lasers -- 0.27 Terawatt Laser System at 1 kHz -- Determination of the Duration of UV Femtosecond Pulses -- 2. Ultrafast Coherent UV
and X-Ray Sources -- Saturated Table-Top Soft X-Ray Lasers by Discharge Excitation -- Phase-Locking of High-Order Harmonics to the Fundamental Field -- Soft-X-Ray Harmonics in the Water Window -- Harmonic Generation in Presence of
Ionization -- The Optimisation of Soft X-Ray Laser Output -- Spectroscopic Investigations of an Optical-Field-Ionized X-Ray Lasers with a Microcapillary Target -- Guided-Wave Optical Parametric Amplification in Gases: A Novel
Phase-Matching Scheme for Ultrafast Pulses -- Increased Coherence Length in High-Order Harmonic Generation by a Self-Guided Beam -- 3. Novel Short Wavelength Sources -- Accelerator Based Source Development: Higher, Wider and Shorter --
A Debrisless Laser-Plasma Source for EUV and XUV Generation -- Attosecond Pulse Generation at Gas Ionization by Few-Optical-Cycle Laser Pulses -- X-Ray Emission from Rare Gas Clusters in Intense Laser Fields -- Hard X-Ray Emission from
Femtosecond Laser Interaction in Overdense Plasmas -- 4. Ultrashort-Pulse Laser Plasma Interactions -- Plasma Waveguide: Density Development and High Intensity Guiding -- Explosion of Atomic Clusters Heated by High Intensity,
Femtosecond Laser Pulses -- Solid to Plasma Transition in FS-Laser-Irradiated FE: Collapse of the Spin-Orbit Gap -- Pressure Ionization and Density Diagnostics in Subpicosecond Laser-Produced Plasmas -- Time-Dependent Schrodinger
Equation for the Interaction between a Laser Pulse and a Metal -- Femtosecond Stimulation of Atomic and Nuclear Processes in High Intensity Laser Plasmas -- Time Resolved Optical Probing of Supersonic Ionization Fronts in Short
Pulse-Solid Target Interactions -- Ultrafast Incoherent X-Ray Source Utilizing Ultra Thin Freely Suspended Films -- 5. Strong Field Interactions -- Barrier-Suppression Ionization of Complex Atoms and Diatomic Molecules --
Relativistically Self-Guided Laser-Wakefield Acceleration -- A Single-Beam, Ponderomotive-Optical Trap for Energetic Free Electrons -- Ultrafast Diffraction from Rydberg Wave Packets Using High Harmonics -- Backward and Multi-Echo
Field Ionization by Intense Non-Envelope “Superpulses” -- Deconvolved Ionization Probabilities for Strong Field Ionization of Xenon -- Precision Tests of Laser-Tunneling Ionization Models -- Self-Guiding without Focusing Nonlinearity:
Leaking Mode Self-Effect Due to Field-Induced Saturable Ionization -- Classical Theory of Nonlinear Compton Scattering and Three-Dimensional Ponderomotive Scattering -- The Molecular Hydrogen B-State in an Intense Light Field --
Electron Dynamics in the Strong Field Limit of Photoionization -- Intense Laser Interactions: Higher Order Resonances and Hot Electrons -- Influence of Relativistic Structure and Retardation in Two-Photon Transitions in Hydrogenic
Systems -- Laser Wakefield Acceleration Experiments -- 6. Applications of Short Wavelength Sources -- Femtosecond Harmonic Laser Photoemission: Physics and Chemistry -- Two-Photon Ionization and Three-Photon Above-Threshold Ionization
of Argon -- Ultra-Fast Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction Detected by an Averaging Mode Streak Camera -- Radiological Applications of Hard X-Ray Emission from a Laser-Produced Plasma -- Biological X-Ray Microscopy with a Compact Laser
System -- High Harmonics as a Probe for Femtosecond Laser-Produced Plasmas -- Laser-Assisted Multicolor Photoionization of Atoms with Higher Harmonics -- Author Index
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Title:Mesons and Light Nuclei ’95 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference, Stráž pod Ralskem, July 3–7, 1995
Author(s):
Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (530 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-9453-9
Contents:Kaon, Pion, and Photon Interactions with the Nucleus Below 1 GeV -- Pion-Nucleus Total and Reaction Cross Sections -- Pion Absorption in Helium with the LADS Detector -- Meson Exchange Contribution to K+-Nucleus Scattering --
Searching for the H-Dibaryon at Brookhaven -- Elastic Scattering of K+ from Light Nuclei -- K+ Scattering on Light N = Z Nuclei -- Experiments with Polarized 3He and Muonic 3He: Pion Elastic Scattering and Muon Capture -- Elastic and
Inelastic Pion Scattering on 3H and 3He -- Pion Absorption on Few—Nucleon Systems -- Strong Interaction Physics from Hadronic Atoms -- Nuclear Neutron Haloes as Seen by Antiprotons -- Nuclear Structure Effects in Light Pionic Atoms --
Strange Baryonic Systems -- ? Hypernuclear States -- S = ?2 Nuclear Phenomena and ?N Interaction -- Properties of the Hypertriton -- ?-Hypernuclear Production by K? Capture in Flight -- Hyperfragment Production in Annihilation of
Antiprotons Stopping in Nuclei -- The Hypernuclei with Neutron Halo -- Pion-Nucleon Partial-Wave Analysis and the N N? Coupling Constant -- The ?N N Dynamics on N N — N N, pp — ?d, ?d — ?d, and pp – ?N N below 1 GeV -- Pion Double
Charge Exchange in p-shell Nuclei -- What is so Special About Eta-Meson Physics? -- ?N S-wave Scattering Length, Limitations of the Single Resonance Model, Predictions of the Three Coupled Channel, Multiresonance and Unitary Model --
Photo- and Electroproduction of Eta Mesons on Nucleons and Nuclei -- Fully Relativistic Calculation of the ?d ? ?N N Process, With the Final State Interaction Included -- Photoproduction of Eta Mesons on Deuterium from Threshold to 1.
2 GeV -- On the possibility of an ?-meson light nucleus bound state formation -- Description of Low-Energy Pion Double Charge Exchange Reactions -- Inclusive Pion Double Charge Exchange on Light Nuclei above 0. 5 GeV -- Study of
Reactions ??p ? ?n and ??p ? ?0n on Pion Beams of the PNPI Synchrocyclotron -- Theoretical Differential Cross Sections of ?d Scattering for Pion Momenta up to 2 GeV/c -- Experimental Results on Pontecorva Reactions with Strangeness --
Some Multiple Scattering Effects in Antinucleon Annihilation on Nuclei -- Latest achievements in dynamic calculations for light nuclei -- Deuteron Compton Scattering -- Electromagnetic Structure of Mesons in a Light-Front Constituent
Quark Model -- Structure of ? Hypernuclei with Neutron Halo -- Double-Strangeness Hypernuclei in the Skyrme-Hartree-Fock Approach -- Production of Double-? and Twin-? Hypernuclei in the ??-Atomic Capture Reaction -- Subthreshold K+
Production on Nuclei by ?+ Mesons -- Relativistic Versus Nonrelativistic ?N Correlations in the Weak Decay of Hypernuclei -- Two-body Mechanisms in Pion Scattering and Pion Photoproduction on the Trinucleon -- Extended R. G. M.
Calculations of Pion-Pion Scattering -- New experimental results on the ?? interaction in nuclear matter -- Hidden Chiral Symmetry and Low-Energy Theorem -- High Resolution Measurements of (?, N) at Intermediate Energy. How Important
are Meson Exchange Current Effects ? -- A zero-degree spectrometer in CELSIUS and the d(d, 2?)4He reaction -- Physics Program and Experimental Equipment at CEBAF -- Results from the Real Photon Programme at MAMI -- Polarized Photon
Scattering from 4He -- Strangeness Electro-and Photo-Production at CEBAF -- Kaon Photo- and Electroproduction on Nucleons -- Strangeness Studies off Proton and Nuclei in CEBAF Hall A -- Electroproductions of Light ?- and. ?-Hypernuclei
-- Achievements and Challenges in 3N- and 4N-Systems -- S-Matrix Parameters for Elastic Neutron-Deuteron Scattering above the Breakup Threshold -- Variational Calculations for Continuum States in Few-Nucleon Systems -- Off-Shell NN
Potential and Nuclear Binding -- Electron Scattering from the Deuteron Using the Gross Equation -- Elastic Electron-Deuteron Scattering with New Nucleon-Nucleon Potentials and Nucleon Form Factors -- Elastic ?d Scattering -- Isospin
Violation in Low-energy Hadronic Physics -- Radiative Pion Photoproduction from the Proton and. ?+ Meson Polarizabilities -- A Model for the ?N ? ??N Reaction -- The Polarized Structure Function of the Nucleon in the Constituent Quark
Model -- Nucleon-Nucleon Correlations and Multiquark Cluster Effects in Deep Inelastic Electron Scattering off Few-Nucleon Systems at x > 1 -- Spin Effects in Low-Energy Pion Scattering on 3He -- The Weak Decay of Hypernuclei -- ?
Decay Induced by Two Nucleons -- Hypernuclear Structure and Hyperon-Nucleon Interactions -- Conference Summary -- List of Participants -- Author Index
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Title:Few-Body Problems in Physics ’95 In memoriam Professor Paul Urban
Author(s):
Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (540 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-9427-0
Contents:Session 1: Methods in the Few-Body Problem -- Paul Urban: Promoter of Modern Theoretical Physics -- Nuclear Three- and Four-Body Systems -- Correlated Hyperspherical Harmonic Functions for Few-Nucleon Systems -- Session 2: Methods in
the Few-Body Problem -- Recent Progress in Path Integral Calculations of Nuclei -- Convergence Properties of the Adiabatic Expansion for Few-Nucleon Systems -- Cross Sections and Vector Analyzing Powers in the Proton Induced Deuteron
Breakup Reaction at 65 MeV: Star Configurations -- Single Particle Spectral Function for Finite Nuclei -- Session 3: Atomic and Molecular Systems -- Few-Body Problems in Atomic Physics -- Molecular Potentials and Relativistic Effects
-- Strong Correlation in Three-Particle Continuum A++ + e + e: Theory and Visualization -- Faddeev Approach to Scattering in Atomic and Mesic Atomic Systems -- Session 4: Methods in the Few-Body Problem -- Precise Nonvariational
Calculation of Resonant States of Helium with the Correlation Function Hyperspherical Harmonic Method -- A Coupled-Channel Formalism for Breakup Reactions -- $${}^{2}\text{H(}\vec{d},p{{\text{)}}^{3}}\text{H}$$3H Reaction Calculations
at 20–120 keV by the Four-Body Yakubovsky Equations with the Paris Potential -- Integral Equation Calculations for the Photodisintegration of 4He -- Session 5: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Spin Observables in High Energy
Electron Scattering -- Pion Nucleus Scattering -- Recent Developments in one and two Pion Production in Elementary Reactions and Few-Body Systems -- Session 6: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Plans for Nucleon-Nucleon
Bremsstrahlung Measurements with AGOR -- First Results on Proton-Proton Scattering and Near Threshold Two Meson Production at COSY -- Study of Proton-Neutron Correlations with the reaction 3,4He(e, e?d) -- Selected Topics of the
Few-Nucleon Research Program at TUNL -- Measurement of the Spin-dependent Structure Function g1(x) of the Deuteron and the Proton -- Session 7: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Double Pion Photoproduction on the Proton up to
800 MeV -- High Missing-Momentum Components in 4He Studied with the (e, e?p) Reaction -- Electron-Deuteron Scattering with the New Generation of Nucleon-Nucleon Potentials -- Polarization Studies of Few Nucleon Systems at Laboratory
for High Energies of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research -- Panel Session 8: Few-Body Systems Probed in Several Ways -- Achievements and Perspectives in the Field of Few-Body Systems Studied with Hadronic Probes -- Few-Body Systems
Probed in Several Ways -- Session 9: Atomic Clusters and Exotic Atoms -- Theoretical Description of Helium Clusters -- Antiprotonic Helium Atoms -- Muon Catalyzed Fusion -- Precision Measurement of Nuclear Muon Capture by 3He --
Session 10: Nuclear Forces, Chirality and Relativistic Effects -- The ?NN Coupling from High Precision np Charge Exchange Data -- Two-Body Components in the Nucleon Wave Function and their Consequences in Various Phenomena -- Hidden
Local Symmetries and Meson Exchange Currents -- Relativistic Calculations of the Deuteron Form Factors and Triton Binding Energy -- Session 11: Antiprotonic and Strange Systems -- Glueballs, ? and ?? Mesons and Antiproton-Proton
Annihilation Dynamics -- ? Production via the Strong Interaction -- ?-Physics with Electromagnetic Probes -- Interaction of ?-Meson with Light Nuclei -- Session 12: Few-Body Problems in Astrophysics -- Nuclear Reactions of
Astrophysical Interest Involving Light Nuclei -- Optical Theorem and Finite-Range Effect for Nuclear Reactions in Astrophysics -- Peripheral Astrophysical Radiative Capture Processes -- Session 13a: Quark Structure of Hadrons --
Towards a Unified Description of the Baryon Spectrum and the Baryon-Baryon Interaction within a Potential Model Scheme -- Nucleon and Pion Electromagnetic Structure and Constituent Quark Form Factors -- On the Dynamical Retardation
Effect for the Mass Spectrum of Heavy Quarkonia -- Relativistic Quark Model Baryon Analysis -- Polarized Structure Functions and the Nucleon Spin -- Quark-Gluon Point of View on the Spin Structure of the Deuteron from Experiments with
Relativistic Deuteron Beams -- Session 13b: Nuclear Structure and Reactions -- Searching for 6Li D-state Effects -- Comparison between Three-Body and Many-Body Descriptions of 11Li -- Light Ion Induced Reactions at Intermediate
Energies -- An Analysis of the Use of the Cluster Separability in Scattering Theory -- Method of Integral Transforms for Calculating (e, e?) and (e, e?N) Reactions -- Effect of the Three-Nucleon Force Based on ?-Isobar Excitation in
Neutron-Deuteron Scattering -- Session 14a: Physics with Strange Particles and Antiprotons -- Electromagnetic Associated Strangeness Production and Hadron Form Factors -- ?-Helium Scattering -- $$\bar{p}N$$ Scattering with Annihilation
Channel in an Extended Hilbert Space Model -- ?I = 1/2 Rule: Interplay of Quark and Hadronic Degrees of Freedom -- Session 14b: Relativistic Effects and Antiprotonic Atoms -- Asymptotic Behavior of the Deuteron Extra-Components in the
Covariant Light Front Dynamics -- Nucleon-Nucleon Correlations and Inclusive Electron Scattering off Few-Nucleon Systems at x > 1 -- Antiproton Helium Polarization States -- Antiproton Delayed Annihilation: the Problem of the
Description in Isolated Atom Model and Other Possible Scenarios -- Session 15: The Baryon-Baryon Interaction -- The Nijmegen Potentials -- The Bonn Potential -- The Nature of the Baryon-Baryon Interaction in the Quark-Model -- Nuclear
Forces and Chiral Theories -- Panel Session 16: Relativistic Effects in the Few-Body Problem -- Field Theory Approach in Few-Body Systems -- Application of the Few-Body Theory to Deep Inelastic Lepton-Nucleon Scattering -- Session 17:
Closing session -- From the Structure of Nucleons to that of Complex Nuclei: the Role Played by Few-Body Physics -- List of Participants -- List of Authors
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Title:Electroweak and Strong Interactions An Introduction to Theoretical Particle Physics
Author(s): F Scheck
Date:1996
Edition:Second Revised and Enlarged Edition
Size:1 online resource (499 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03245-9
Contents:1 Fermion Fields and Their Properties -- 2 Electromagnetic Processes and Interactions -- 3 Weak Interactions and the Standard Model of Strong and Electroweak Interactions -- 4 Beyond the Minimal Standard Model -- 5 Scattering of
Strongly Interacting Particles on Nuclei -- 6 Hadronic Atoms -- Appendix A. Lorentz Invariant Distributions -- Appendix B. 5-Matrix, Cross Sections, Decay Probabilities -- Appendix C2. Traces -- Appendix D. The Group SU(3) -- Appendix
E. Dirac Equation with Central Fields -- Books, Monographs and General Reviews of Data -- Exercises: Further Hints and Selected Solutions
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Title:Coulomb Interactions in Nuclear and Atomic Few-Body Collisions
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (347 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-9880-7
Contents:1 Collision Theory for Two- and Three-Particle Systems Interacting via Short-Range and Coulomb Forces -- 2 Proton—Deuteron Scattering and Reactions -- 3 Time-Dependent Scattering in Coulombic Few-Body Systems and the Strong Operator
Approximation Method -- 4 H? Spectroscopy -- 5 Coulomb Forces in Three-Particle Atomic and Molecular Systems
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Keywords: Chemistry , Physical chemistry , Acoustics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Chemistry , Physical Chemistry , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Acoustics
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Title:Advances in Nuclear Dynamics 2
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (411 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-9086-3
Contents:1. Intriguing Centrality Dependence of the Au Au Source Size at the AGS -- 2. Realistic Expanding Source Model for Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions -- 3. Excitation Functions of Compression and Collective Flow in Central Au + Au
Reactions from Bevalac/SIS to AGS -- 4. The BNL-AGS Experiment E896 -- 5. Recent Results from E877 -- 6. Non-Instantaneous Breakup of Excited Nuclear Systems -- 7. Dynamics of Density Fluctuations in a Non-Markovian Boltzmann Langevin
Model -- 8. From Dissipative Collisions to Multiple Fragment Production a Unified View -- 9. Light-Ion-Induced Multifragmentation: a Fast Evolutionary Process -- 10. Gaussian Wave-Packet Dynamics with and without Correlations -- 11.
Spinodal Decomposition of Atomic Nuclei -- 12. Vector Meson Production in Heavy Ion Collisions -- 13. Dielectron Production in Nucleus + Nucleus Collisions at 1.05 GeV/Nucleon -- 14. K+ Production in the System Ni + Ni at an Incident
Energy of 1.93 A GeV -- 15. Collective Radial Expansion in Au + Au Reactions from 0.25 to 2 GeV/A -- 16. Search for the Decay of Non-Compact Geometries -- 17. Statistical Property of AMD -- 18. Scaling Laws, Transient Times and Shell
Effects in Helium Induced Nuclear Fission -- 19. Reducibility, Thermal and Mass Scaling in Angular Correlations from Multifragmentation Reactions -- 20. Towards limits of excitation energy in the reaction 3He(1.8 GeV) + natAg -- 21.
Mass Dependence of Directed Collective Flow -- 22. Deuteron Formation in Expanding Nuclear Matter from a Strong Coupling BCS Approach -- 23. A Study of Nuclear Flow in Consistent Boltzmann Algorithms -- 24. Pionic Fusion of Heavy Ions
-- 25. Radial and Directed Transverse Flow in Heavy-Ion Collisions -- 26. Preliminary Results with the Reaction 84Kr on 27Al at E/A = 15 MeV Using the HILI -- 27. Pion Squeeze-Out and Flow at 1.15 GeV/Nucleon Au + Au -- 28. Neutral
Particle Measurements and Searches with the E864 Spectrometer -- 29. Energy and Charged Particle Transverse Flow in Au + Au and Au + Pb Collisions at 10.8A GeV/c -- 30. Chiral Symmetry Restoration in QCD -- 31. Current Status of
PHOBOS@RHIC -- 32. The STAR Experiment at RHIC -- 33. BRAHMS -- 34. News from SPIRAL -- 35. Studies on the Timescale of Fragment Formation in Heavy Ion Collisions -- 36. The Scaling Function of Nuclear Matter -- 37. Excitation Energy
and Temperature in the Multifragmentation of 1 GeV/Nucleon Au + C -- 38. The Interactions of High-Energy, Highly Charged Ions with Fullerenes -- 39. Estimates of Electromagnetic Signals from Deconfined Matter Produced in
Ultrarelativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions -- 40. Evidence of ?(1232)-Resonance Excitation in Subthreshold Pion Production at Intermediate Energies -- 41. Search for Exotic Shapes in Liquid-Drop Collisions -- 42. APEX and the e+/e? Puzzle:
Recent Results -- 43. The Sharp Lepton Quandary: Reasonable Cautions -- 44. Isospin Equilibration in Reactions of 40Ca, 40Ar with 58Fe, 58Ni at E/A = 33, 45 MeV -- 45. Incomplete Energy Damping and Heavy-Residue Production in 197Au +
86Kr Collisions at E/A = 35 MeV -- 46. The Binary Decay of Hot Heavy Nuclei — Fission, Evaporation, and Also Flow? -- 47. Evolution of Fragment Production as a Function of Excitation in 35Cl and 70Ge Projectile Breakup -- 48. Search
for a Phase Transition in Nuclear Matter for Temperatures up to 7 MeV -- 49. Measurement of Direct Photons in 200 A GeV 32S + Au Collisions -- 50. Formation and Hadronization of Quark Matter -- 51. Azimuthal Correlations of Transverse
Energy for Pb on Pb at 158 GeV/Nucleon -- 52. ?s(MZ) and Strangeness Production -- 53. Scaling of Nuclear Stopping in Central Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions from Elab = 0.25 160 A-GeV
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Call number:SPRINGER-1995-9783642976537:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Particles and Nuclei An Introduction to the Physical Concepts
Author(s): Bogdan Povh
Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (340 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-97653-7
Contents:1. Hors d’œuvre -- 1.1 Fundamental Constituents of Matter -- 1.2 Fundamental Interactions -- 1.3 Symmetries and Conservation Laws -- 1.4 Experiments -- 1.5 Units -- I Analysis: the Building Blocks of Matter -- 2. Global Properties of
Nuclei -- 3. Nuclear Stability -- 4. Scattering -- 5. Geometric Shapes of Nuclei -- 6. Elastic Scattering off Nucleons -- 7. Deep Inelastic Scattering -- 8. Quarks, Gluons, and the Strong Interaction -- 9. Particle Production in e+e-
Collisions -- 10. Phenomenology of the Weak Interaction -- 11. Exchange Bosons of the Weak Interaction -- 12. The Standard Model -- II Synthesis: Composite Systems -- 13. Quarkonia -- 14. Mesons Made from Light Quarks -- 15. The
Baryons -- 16. The Nuclear Force -- 17. The Structure of Nuclei -- 18. Collective Nuclear Excitations -- 19. Many-Body Systems in the Strong Interaction -- A. Appendix -- Problems -- Solutions -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Nuclear fusion , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory
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Call number:SPRINGER-1995-9781489914125:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Physics with Multiply Charged Ions
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (367 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-1412-5
Contents:Correlation and QED for Highly Charged Ions -- X-Ray Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions in a Storage Ring -- Precision Tests of QED in Strong Fields and Nuclear Contributions -- The QED Shift in Highly Stripped Atoms -- Parity
Violation and Time Reversal Invariance -- Tests of Special Relativity with Laser Spectroscopy of Fast Atoms and Ions -- The Uses of Electron Beam Ion Traps in the Study of Highly Charged Ions -- X-Ray Spectroscopy of Cosmic Sources --
Bound-State Beta Decay -- Physics with Trapped Heavy Ions -- Photoionization with Super-Intense Lasers -- Ion-Surface Interactions -- X-Ray Lasers -- Heavy-Ion Induced Fusion -- Physical Mechanisms for Cellular Inactivation Induced by
Ion Impact
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Continuum physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Classical Continuum Physics
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Title:The Hubbard Model Its Physics and Mathematical Physics
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (407 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-1042-4
Contents:Solvable Models, Rigorous Results, and Advances in Formalism -- The Hubbard Model: Some Rigorous Results and Open Problems -- On the Bethe Ansatz Soluble Degenerate Hubbard Model -- Thermodynamical Properties of the Exactly Solvable
1/r-Hubbard and 1/r-tJ Model -- Hierarchy of 1-D Electron Models with Long-Range Interaction -- One-Dimensional Luttinger Liquid of Particles for a Class of Infinitely Repulsive Interactions: Exact Solutions -- Exact Results for Spin
and Charge Dynamics of Electrons with Supersymmetry -- Hidden Symmetry of Strongly Correlated Fermions -- Symmetries of Strongly Correlated Electrons -- Exact Results on a Supersymmetric Extended Hubbard Model -- Functional Integrals
for Correlated Electrons -- Charge-Spin Separation and Pairing in a Generalized Hubbard Model -- A Renormalization Procedure for the Hubbard Model -- New Operator Algebra for the Hubbard Chain -- Exact Results and Conjectures on the
Adiabatic Holstein-Hubbard Model at Large Electron-Phonon Coupling -- Ferromagnetism in Correlated Electron Systems: A New Class of Rigorous Criteria -- Infinite in All Directions: Large Coupling, High Dimensions, and Many Components
-- The Mott Transition in Infinite Dimensions: Old Ideas and Some Surprises -- The Hubbard Model with Local Disorder in d = Infinity -- The Hubbard Model with Infinite Interaction: Magnetic Properties -- The Extended Hubbard Model at
Large Interaction -- Drude Weight and f-Sum Rule of the Hubbard Model at Strong Coupling -- The Gutzwiller Projector in the Large U-Hubbard Model -- Revising the 1/N Expansion for the Slave-Boson Approach within the Functional Integral
-- Fermi Liquid versus Luttinger Liquid -- “Infarared Catastrophe:” When Does It Trash Fermi Liquid Theory? -- Two-Particle Scattering and Orthogonality Catastrophe in the Hubbard Model -- Failure of Fermi Liquid Theory in
2-Dimensions: How to Infer it from Peturbation Theory -- Conservation Laws in Normal Metals: Luttinger Liquid vs. Fermi Liquid -- Charge-Spin Separation and the Spectral Properties of Luttinger Liquids -- Non-Fermi Behavior in the
Kondo and Heisenberg Models -- Luttinger-Liquid Behavior in 2-D: The Variational Approach -- Non-Fermi Liquid Behavior of Electrons in the 2-D Honeycomb Lattice: A Renormalization Group Analysis -- Search for Deviations from Fermi
Liquid Behavior in 2-D Repulsive and Attractive Hubbard Models -- Perturbative, Mean Field, Variational, and Numerical Studies -- Hartree-Fock and RPA Studies of the Hubbard Model -- From One- to Two-Dimensions in the Weak Coupling
Limit -- Metal-Insulator Transition in the 2-D Hubbard Model: A Fermionic Linearization Approach -- The Phase Diagram of the One-Dimensional Extended Hubbard Model -- Quantum-Monte-Carlo Simulations of Correlation Functions for the
One-Dimensional Hubbard Model -- Quantum-Monte-Carlo Studies of One- and Two-Dimensional Hubbard Models -- Effect of Disorder on Several Properties of the One-Band Hubbard Model in 2-D -- The Wavefunction Renormalization Constant for
the One- and Two-Band Hubbard Hamiltonians in Two-Dimensions -- Experiments and Physical Applications -- Electron Spectroscopy and Hubbard: Issues and Opportunities -- On Electrical Properties of Chalcogenide Glassy Semiconductors in
the Framework of Hubbard Model with Negative Correlation Energy -- The Metal Insulator Transition in the Hubbard Model -- Metal to Insulator Transition in the 2-D Hubbard Model: A Slave-Boson Approach -- The Hubbard Model and Its
Application to Conjugated ?-Electron Systems
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Title:Hot Hadronic Matter Theory and Experiment
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (574 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-1945-4
Contents:A Tribute to Rolf Hagedorn -- The Long Way to the Statistical Bootstrap Model -- Entropy for Hadrons -- Statistical Studies of Hadrons -- Hagedorn’s Temperature and the Dual Resonance Model: A 25 Year Old Love Affair -- Mass Spectrum
of q-Deformed Dual String Theory -- Hagedorn’s Reincarnation in String Theory -- Interactive Computer Languages: Past and Future of Sigma -- Deconfinement: Concept, Theory, Test -- Hadronic Matter Equation of State and the Hadron Mass
Spectrum -- Deconfinement of Constituent Quarks and the Hagedorn Temperature -- Crystalline Quark-Hadron Phase in Neutron Stars -- A New Effective Model of the Quark-Gluon Plasma with Thermal Parton Masses -- Hadronic Matter with
Internal Symmetries and its Consequences: An Expanding Hadronic Gas -- On the Statistics-Changing Phase Transition in Gauge Theories -- Fluctuation Corrections to Bubble Nucleation -- A Finite Temperature String Phase Transition a la
Volume Exclusion -- Entropy and Decoherence -- Colored Chaos -- Statistical Properties of Relativistic Quasiparticles -- Quantum Decoherence and Entropy in High-Energy Interaction -- Entropy Production via Particle Production --
Real-Time Thermal Corrections to Pair-Production Processes in Heavy-Ion Collisions -- Pions, Baryons and Entropy in Nuclear Collisions -- Entropy in Heavy Ion Collisions -- High Density QCD and Entropy Production at Heavy Ion Colliders
-- About Entropy and Thermalization — A Miniworkshop Perspective -- New Developments in Correlation Studies -- How to Investigate Small Collective Signals in Nucleus-Nucleus Interactions -- Negative Binomial Fits to Multiplicity
Distributions from Central Collisions of 16O+Cu at 14.6A GeV/c and Intermittency -- Universal Properties of Angular Correlations in QCD Jets -- Towards a Field Theoretical Description of Multiparticle Production in High Energy
Collisions -- Intermittency and Other Scaling Behaviors in Nuclear Collisions -- QCD Generalised Factorial Moments -- Boson Spectra and Correlations in Small Thermalized Systems -- Correlations and Strong Interactions -- Analysis of
Multiparticle Correlations and the Wavelet Transform -- Multiparticle Production: Session Summary -- Single Photon Production in 200 A•GeV Sulphur on Gold Collisions -- Latest Results on Dilepton Production in 200 GeV A Ion-Ion
Collisions -- Dilepton Spectra in Heavy Ion Collisions -- Photon Multiplicity Measurement, a Novel Observable in High Energy Heavy Ion Collision -- Density Modification of Dilepton Production in Hot Hadronic Matter -- Miniworkshop on
Strangeness -- Similarities and Differences in Strangeness Production at BNL and CERN -- Particle Spectra -- Pion and Kaon Freezeout in NA44 -- The Dual Parton Model and Hadron Production at Cosmic Ray Energies -- Particle Production
at the AGS -- Chemical Equilibrium and Particle Production in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions at AGS Energy -- Measurement of the ?/? Production Ratio in Central S-W Interactions at 200 A GeV/c -- NA36 Strangeness Production: Multistrange
Baryons -- Estimates of the Ratios $$\overline \Lambda /\Lambda ,\overline \Xi /\Xi$$ and $$\overline \Omega /\Omega$$ from pp and pA Interactions -- Thermalisation in High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions and Strange Particle Production --
Strangeness in Hot Hadronic Matter -- Hadronic Physics: The Cosmic Ray Perspective -- Minimax: Progress and Plans -- Event by Event Analysis of Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Collisions: A New Method to Search for Critical Fluctuations --
Observing Strangeness (and Charm?) in Heavy Ion Interactions -- The Physics and Experimental Program of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) -- Heavy Ion Physics at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN -- The Hadronic Future --
Contributors
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Title:Particle Production in Highly Excited Matter
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Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (689 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-2940-8
Contents:Big Bang in the Laboratory -- Physics of the Quark-Gluon Plasma -- Physics of Relativistic Nuclear Collisions -- From the BEVALAC to RHIC: Recent Results and Future Perspectives -- Towards the LHC -- Low pt Physics and Compact
Detectors at RHIC and LHC -- pp and $$\bar pp$$ Collisions -- Fireball Spectra -- Quark Matter in Equilibrium -- Surface Energy and Chiral Interface of a Coexisting Quark-Hadron System -- Rehadronisation of the Quark-Gluon Plasma --
Cascade Models and Particle Production: A Comparison -- Relativistic Hydrodynamics and Flavor Flow -- Flavor Flow in Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions: The RQMD Approach -- Quark-Gluon Plasma Formation in Ultra-Relativistic
Heavy Ion Collisions -- Jets and High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions -- Dynamical Approach to Pair Production from Strong Fields -- Particle Production and Vacuum Structure in Strong Fields -- A Pedestrians Guide to Interferometry --
Multiparticle Correlations and Fluctuations in High Energy Hadronic and Nuclear Collisions -- Meson Spectra — What we can learn from Single Particle Distributions -- Strangeness in Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions -- On the
Trail of Quark-Gluon Plasma: Strange Antibaryons in Nuclear Collisions -- Strangeness Production in the S+Pb and p+Pb Collisions at 200 GeV/c per Nucleon -- Physics from Photon and Lepton-Pair Spectra -- Photons and Lepton Pairs — The
Deep Probes of Quark-Gluon Plasma -- Probing the Primordial State in High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions -- Pion Dynamics and Lepton Pair Production -- Kinetics of Pre-equilibrium Parton Matter Probed by Dilepton Radiation -- Coherent
Photon Interactions in Central and Peripheral Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions -- Particle Production, Hadron Deconfinement and Thermodynamics in p-p Interaction -- The Quark-Gluon Plasma: Search for the Holy Grail
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Title:Morphological and Physical Classification of Galaxies Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop of the Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte Held in Sant’Agata Sui Due Golfi, Italy, September 3–7, 1990
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (472 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-2522-2
Contents:Invited Papers: Galaxy Types -- Morphology of Galaxies: An Overview -- The Luminosity Functions of Galaxies -- Elliptical Galaxies -- Structure and Kinematics of Spirals -- Brightest Cluster Members -- Central Regions of Early—Type
Galaxies -- Stellar Content and Chemical Evolution in Spheroidal Populations -- Invited Papers: Galaxian Components -- Stellar Disks in Early-Type Galaxies -- Gaseous Disks in Elliptical Galaxies -- Formation and Maintenance of Spiral
Structure -- Dark Matter in Elliptical Galaxies -- Dark Matter in Late-Type Galaxies -- Dark Matter in Dwarf Galaxies -- Elliptical Galaxies in X-Rays -- The Warm Component of the ISM of Elliptical Galaxies -- The Bar Component in Disk
Galaxies -- Peculiar Kinematics -- Cold Gas in Elliptical Galaxies -- Cold Gas in Late-Type Galaxies -- Abundance Gradients and Related Properties in Galaxies -- Structure and Metallicity of Low-Luminosity Early-Type Galaxies --
Invited Papers: Environment and Systematics -- Interactions: Weak -- Interactions: Strong -- The Morphology of Binary Galaxies -- Intrinsic Shapes of Elliptical Galaxies -- On Understanding the Global Properties of Galaxies -- Galaxy
Manifolds and Galaxy Formation -- Sub-Components in Elliptical Galaxies and their Formation -- Morphology and Classification of Galaxies - Where Do We Stand? -- Poster Papers -- Detailed Morphological Classification of Early-Type
Galaxies in the Perseus Cluster -- Properties of Dwarf Spheroidals -- Bright Cores in Nearby Southern Galaxies -- Shell Formation and Thick Disks in Elliptical Galaxies -- The Origin of Strong Isophotal Twists in Elliptical Galaxies --
Photometric Properties of Disks in Elliptical Galaxies -- Elliptical Galaxies with Dark Matter -- Nuclear Dust-Discs in Radio Ellipticals -- Extended H? Filaments in Elliptical Galaxies -- The Origin of the Ionized Gas in S0 Galaxies
-- Line-Strength Gradients in S0 Galaxies -- Ultraviolet Spectra of Early Type Galaxies -- On the Nature of the Compact Galaxies in the UGC -- Morphology of Galaxies Surrounding Compact Groups -- Mean Surface Density and Morphological
Type in Disc-Galaxies -- Peculiar Kinematics in Interacting Elliptical Galaxies -- Morphology and Kinematics of Spiral Galaxies without Bar: The Importance of the Central Mass -- The Correlation between Velocity Gradients and Arm
Classification in Spiral Galaxies -- Optical Line/Radio Luminosity Correlation and the Effects of the Interstellar Medium -- The Luminosity-Diameter Relation for Disk Galaxies: A Search for Environmental Effects -- Global Properties in
Early Type Galaxies -- Masses and Mass-to-Light Ratios of Elliptical Galaxies -- On the Photometric Scaling Laws for Early-Type Galaxies -- Properties of Brightest Cluster Members -- The Fundamental Plane for Early-Type Galaxies --
Elliptical Galaxies and the Thickness of the Fundamental Plane -- Dissipationless Formation of Elliptical Galaxies -- The Two-Component Colour-Structure of the gE Galaxy NGC 4472 -- The Velocity Dispersion Anisotropy in NGC 720 -- NGC
205 and the Nature of Compact Nuclei in Dwarf Galaxies -- Light and Color Distribution in the Core of M32 -- NGC 3384 and Its “Saturn-Like” Appearance -- Cigale Observations of NGC 3198 -- Mapping the Star Formation in Nearby Galaxies:
The Magellanic Irregular NGC 3109 -- MM Observations of the Magellanic Clouds from Antarctica -- Seyfert Galaxies with Close Companions. A Method for Identification -- Globular Clusters as Probes of the Galactic Potential -- Relation
between the Properties of Globular Cluster System and the Mass Distribution on the Galactic Disk -- Towards a Precise Definition of the Morphological Structures of Galaxies as a Basis for Their Automatic Classification -- Fourier
Analysis of Barred Galaxies: A Convenient Alternative to the Component Decomposition -- Improvements of the Signal-to-Noise Ratio by Adaptive Filtering -- Index of Objects
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Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Title:Relativistic Hadrons in Cosmic Compact Objects Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Koninki/Suhora, Poland 9–11 October 1990
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (183 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-54789-4
Contents:Relativistic hadrons near accreting compact objects: Dynamical and radiative signatures -- Can ultrarelativistic neutrons from the central engine drive the outflow in broad absorption line QSOS? -- Inflation of stars by TeV neutrinos
-- Electron-positron pair production in compact sources with energetic protons -- Limit cycles in electromagnetic cascades in compact objects -- Nuclear interactions near accreting black holes -- A new approach to hot accretion disks
-- X-ray continuum emission caused by relativistic protons -- Pair cascade model constraints on energetic particle emission from active galactic nuclei -- Jets and hotspots in extragalactic radio sources -- Pion production in strong
magnetic fields: A model for gamma-ray emission from accreting X-ray pulsars -- Particle acceleration at shock fronts in AGNs and jets -- Fermi particle acceleration in relativistic shocks: Preliminary nonlinear results -- Cosmic ray
transport in AGNs and jets -- Particle Acceleration in Relativistic Shock waves with Oblique Magnetic Fields in the presence of Finite Amplitude Field perturbations -- Collisional Acceleration of Electrons in Central Regions of Active
Galactic Nuclei -- Influence of Second-Order Fermi acceleration and Relativistic Shock Waves on Nonthermal Continuum Emission in Hot Spots -- Collimated Relativistic Winds Driven by Electromagnetic Forces -- Ultra-relativistic pulsar
wind -- A model of pulsed gamma-radiation from the X-ray binary Hercules X-1/HZ Herculis -- Gamma-ray astronomy above 100 GeV -- High energy and very high energy gamma-rays from electromagnetic cascade induced by relativistic neutrons
in AGN -- Near simultaneous optical and TeV observations of AE Aquarii
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Keywords: Physics , Geophysics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Geophysics/Geodesy
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Title:Dynamics of Magnetic Fluctuations in High-Temperature Superconductors
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (368 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-7490-9
Contents:A. Neutron Scattering -- Antiferromagnetic Spin Fluctuations in Cuprate Superconductors -- Neutron Scattering Measurements of the Magnetic Excitations of High-Temperature Superconducting Materials -- Neutron Scattering Study of the
Spin Dynamics in YBa2Cu3O6+x -- Disordered Low Energy Component of the Magnetic Response in Both Antiferromagnetic and Superconducting Y-Ba-Cu-O Samples -- B. NMR -- Copper and Oxygen NMR Studies On The Magnetic Properties of
YBa2CuO7-y -- 17O and 63Cu NMR Investigation of Spin Fluctuations in High Tc Superconducting Oxides -- Local Hyperfine Interactions of Delocalized Electron Spins: 205TI Investigations in Tl Containing High Tc Superconductors -- Weak
Coupling Analysis of Spin Fluctuations In Layered Cuprates -- Influence of the Antiferromagnetic Fluctuations On The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance In The Cu-O High Temperature Superconductors -- Microscopic Models for Spin Dynamics in the
CuO2 Planes with Application to NMR -- C. µSR -- Recent Topics OF µSR Studies Of High-Tc Systems -- Recent Results In The Application Of µSR To The Study Of Magnetic Properties Of High-Tc Oxides -- On the phase diagram of bismuth based
Superconductors -- D. Raman Scattering -- Raman scattering from spin fluctuations in cuprates -- E. Photoemission -- Electronic structure of Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8 single crystals at the fermi level -- Calculation of the photoemission spectra
for the t-J model and the extended hubbard model -- F. Macroscopic Fluctuations -- Microwave absorbtion of superconductors in low magnetic fields -- Magnetic properties of a granular superconductor -- G. Transport Properties --
Thermodynamic fluctuations and their dimensionality in ceramic superconductors out of transport properties measurements -- H. General Theory -- Models Of High Temperature Superconductors -- BSC Theory Extended To Anisotropic And
Layered High-Temperature Superconductors -- Correlated Electron Motion, Flux States And Superconductivity -- Orbital Dynamics And Spin Fluctuations In Cuprates -- Magnetic Frustration Model And Superconductivity On Doped Lamellar CuO2
Systems -- I. One Band Hubbard Models -- Strong Coupling Regime In The Hubbard Model At Low Densities -- How Good Is The Strong Coupling Expansion Of The Two Dimensional Hubbard Model -- The Hubbard Model For n ? 1.0: New Preliminary
Results -- J. Heisenberg Model Dynamics -- Exact Microscopic Calculation Of Spin Wave Frequencies And Linewidths In The Two Dimensional Heisenberg Antiferromagnet At Low Temperature -- Magnetic Excitations In The Disordered Phase Of
The 2-D Heisenberg Antiferromagnet -- K. Quasiparticles and Magnetic Fluctuations -- Exact Diagonalization Studies Of Quasiparticles In Doped Quantum Antiferromagnets -- Copper Spin Correlations Induced By Oxygen Hole Motion -- Spin
Polarons In The t-J Model -- Analytic Evaluation Of The 1-Hole Spectral Function For The 1-D t-J Model In The Limit J ? -- Doping Effects On The Spin-Density-Wave Background -- L. Magnetic phases -- Phase Separation In A t-J Model --
Spiral Magnetic Phases As A Result Of Doping In High Tc Compounds
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography
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Title:The Global Geometry of Turbulence Impact of Nonlinear Dynamics
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (372 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3750-2
Contents:Shear Flows: Experimental Observations -- The Mixing Transition in Free Shear Flows. (Invited) -- Vortex Shedding from Spheres at Subcritical Reynolds Number in Homogeneous and Stratified Fluid -- Nature of the Görtler Instability: A
Forced Experiment -- Dynamics of Large Scale Structures in Turbulent Two Dimensional Wakes -- Vortex Splitting and Shedding Cell Interactions in Wakes Behind Linearly Tapered Cylinders at Low Reynolds Numbers -- Shear Flows: Control
Experiments -- Control of Turbulent Shear Flows Via Stationary Boundary Conditions -- The Effects of External Excitation on the Reynolds-Averaged Quantities in a Turbulent Wall Jet -- Control of Organised Structures in Round Jets at
High Reynolds Numbers -- Three Dimensional Structure of the Vorticity Field in the Near Region of Laminar, Co- Flowing Forced Jets -- Modelling and Control of Kármán Vortex Streets -- Shear Flows: Numerical Experiments -- Advances and
Some Novel Experiments Using Direct Numerical Simulations of Turbulence (Invited) -- Bubble Formation in Dense Fluidised Beds -- Three Dimensional Numerical Simulations of Coherent Structures in Free-Shear Flows -- Large-Eddy
Simulation of Turbulent Scalar:The Influence of Intermittency -- Thermal Convection at High Rayleigh Numbers in Two Dimensional Sheared Layers -- Closed Flows: Experiments -- Effect of Noise on Bifurcations and Patterns in Dissipative
Systems -- Hexagonal Convective Cells -- Theoretical Models: The N-S and Related Equations -- Vortex Dynamics and Turbulence. (Invited) -- Control of Turbulent Boundary Layer and Dynamical Systems Theory: An Update -- Kolmogorov
Spectra and Intermittency in Turbulence -- An Appraisal of the Ruelle-Takens Route to Turbulence -- Shear Type Instabilities in the Benard Problem -- Interpretation of Invariants of the Betchov-da Rios Equations and of the Euler
Equations -- Stretching of Vortex Tubes -- Theoretical Models: Amplitude and Model Equations -- Bifurcations and Subcritical Instabilities. (Invited) -- Transition to Chaos in Nonlinear Oscillators -- Turbulent Coupled Map Lattices --
Weak and Strong Turbulence in a Class of Complex Ginzburg Landau Equations -- Pattern Formation, External Fields and Fluctuations -- Panel Discussions -- Direct Numerical Simulation or Experiments? -- What are Turbulent Puffs? -- Is
This the Theory for These Experiments? -- Organising Committee -- Lecturers -- Participants
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Title:Higgs Particle(s) Physics Issues and Experimental Searches in High-Energy Collisions
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (498 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-0908-7
Contents:A Retrospective -- Inventing an Elementary Particle -- 1 — Theoretical issues -- Triviality and Higgs Mass Bounds: A Status Report -- Lattice Studies of the Higgs System -- Scalar Particles in Superstring Models -- A Relation Between
the Scales of Weak and Strong Interactions -- Non-Minimal Higgs Bosons: Theory and Phenomenology -- Axions and Dilatons: The Search for Very Light Scalar Particles -- Higgs Particles and Dark Matter Searches -- Hadronic and Muonic
Branching Ratios for Decays of Light Higgs Bosons -- Ruling Out the Light Higgs Boson by Kaon Decay -- Disposing of the Light Higgs Boson: Theoretical Issues inK ? ? H -- Searches for Light Scalar Particles in K Meson Decays -- Higgs
Boson(s) and Rare B Processes: Theoretical Expectations -- Searches for Higgs Particles in the Decays of Open and Hidden Beauty -- III — Higgs Searches in Hadronic Collisions -- Experimental Searches for the Higgs Particle in High
Energy Collisions -- Testing the Higgs Mechanism at High Energy Colliders -- Probing Iliggs Bosons / Electrowcak Symmetry Breaking in Purely Leptonic Channels at Hadron Collidcrs -- Vector Boson Scattering at Future Colliders --
Testing the Higgs Boson Sector and the Three Vector Boson Coupling with Electrowcak Boson Pairs -- IV — Riggs Searches in e+e- Annihilation -- Search Strategies for Riggs Bosons at High Energy c+c- Collidcrs -- V — Present Experimental
Results -- First Results from the SLAC Linear Collider and MARK II Detcctor -- Results from the LEP and SLC Colliders — An Update -- Recent Results from the CDF Experiment at the TeVatron Proton- Antiproton Collider (The CDF
Collaboration) -- Top Search in UA1 -- Participants
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Title:Nonequilibrium Processes in Partially Ionized Gases
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Date:1990
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Contents:Invited Papers -- Theory of Electron Collisions in Partially Ionized Gases -- Electron Collisions with Molecules -- Electron Transport in Partially Ionized Gases -- Non Equilibrium Plasma Kinetics -- Modeling High Pressure Electric
Discharges: Applications to Excimer Lasers -- Energy Transfer in Atom/Molecule Collisions with Molecules and Surfaces -- Reactivity Calculations for Elementary Atom-Diatom Processes and Applications to Non-Equilibrium Systems --
Excimer Lasers: Status and Perspectives -- Fundamental Properties of RF Glow Discharges: An Approach Based on Self-Consistent Numerical Models -- Theory of High-Frequency Discharges -- Volume Production of Hydrogen Negative Ions --
Laser Diagnostics of a Hydrogen Discharge -- Hydrogen-Surface Interactions -- Plasma Assisted Thin Film Production WC, a-C:H and Diamond Films -- Electric Discharge Lamps -- Contributed Papers -- Inelastic Scattering of Electrons From
H2 Molecule and First-Born Approximation: Role Of Correlation -- Electron-Molecule Collision Cross Sections for Etching Gases -- Electron Collisions in Gas Switches -- Theory of e- -Diatom Scattering at Low Energies -- A Parameter-Free
Theoretical Model for Low-Energy Electron Scattering from Polyatomic Molecules -- Electron Collision Cross-Sections Determined from Beam and Swarm Data by Boltzmann Analysis -- Electron Collision Cross Sections Involving Excited States
-- Electron Collision Cross Sections Involving Excited States -- New Theoretical Approaches for Studying Electron Collisions with Small Molecules -- Ion-Neutral Reactions -- Energy Pooling Collisions: A Step Towards Ionization --
Potential Energy Curves of Open Shell Systems (Excimers) from Molecular Beam Scattering -- Molecular Beam Measurements of Ionization Cross Sections Relevant to Thermal Plasmas and Excimer Laser Systems -- The Silent Discharge and Its
Application to Ozone and Excimer Formation -- Non Equilibrium Excimer Laser Kinetics -- Study of A Photoswitched Discharge for Excimer Laser -- A Self-Consistent Monte Carlo Modeling of RF Non-Equilibrium Plasma -- Charged Particles
Dynamics in Electropositive Glow Discharges Probed by Optical Diagnostics -- Problems in the Experimental Determination of Electron Energy Distribution Function in RF Discharges -- Spectroscopic Diagnostics in the Cathode Fall and
Negative Glow of a Nitrogen Glow Discharge -- Electron Kinetics in RF Discharges -- A Radiofrequency Trap for Tests on Production and Excitation of Ions -- Gas-Phase and Gas-Surface Interactions of Vibrationally Excited Hydrogen
Molecules -- Translational Energy Distribution Functions of H+ and H in H2 Volume Discharges -- Numerical Simulation on Tandem Negative Ion Source -- Atomic and Molecular Surface and Volume Processes in the Analysis of Negative
Hydrogen Discharges -- Interpretation and Analysis of the H2 Vibrational Distribution in a Hydrogen Discharge -- Electron Energy Distribution Functions in Magnetic Multipole Plasmas -- Effects Due to Negative Ions and Particles in
Plasmas -- Electron and Vibrational Kinetics in Molecular Discharges -- Laser Diagnostic of Radio-Frequency Oxygen Plasma -- Spectroscopy and Kinetics of an Oxygen Glow Discharge -- Simulation Work in Noble Gas Radiation Detectors -- A
Description of The Non-Equilibrium Behavior of Electrons in Matter: Macro-Kinetics -- Thermalization and Transport of Sputtered Particles in Glow Discharges -- The Free Electron Laser: A Simple Quantum Picture -- Electron and Photon
Collisions in Strong Laser Fields -- Resonant Photopumping of Lithiumlike Ions in Laser-Produced Plasmas -- Ionization and Deionization of Electron Beam Disturbed Air -- Re-Entry Problems -- Diagnostics of Atomic Species Near the
Electrodes of a Fluorescent Lamp -- Excited State Diagnostics in High Pressure Arc Lamps -- Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Continuum physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Electrical engineering , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Electrical Engineering , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Classical Continuum Physics
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Title:Many-Particle Physics
Author(s): Gerald D Mahan
Date:1990
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (1032 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-1469-1
Contents:1. Introductory Material -- 1.1. Harmonic Oscillators and Phonons -- 1.2. Second Quantization for Particles -- 1.3. Electron — Phonon Interactions -- 1.4. Spin Hamiltonians -- 1.5. Photons -- 1.6. Pair Distribution Function --
Problems -- 2. Green’s Functions at Zero Temperature -- 2.1. Interaction Representation -- 2.2. S Matrix -- 2.3. Green’s Functions -- 2.4. Wick’s Theorem -- 2.5. Feynman Diagrams -- 2.6. Vacuum Polarization Graphs -- 2.7. Dyson’s
Equation -- 2.8. Rules for Constructing Diagrams -- 2.9. Time-Loop S Matrix -- 2.10. Photon Green’s Functions -- Problems -- 3. Green’s Functions at Finite Temperatures -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Matsubara Green’s Functions -- 3.3.
Retarded and Advanced Green’s Functions -- 3.4. Dyson’s Equation -- 3.5. Frequency Summations -- 3.6. Linked Cluster Expansions -- 3.7. Real Time Green’s Functions -- Wigner Distribution Function -- 3.8. Kubo Formula for Electrical
Conductivity -- 3.9. Other Kubo Formulas -- A. Pauli Paramagnetic Susceptibility -- B. Thermal Currents and Onsager Relations -- C. Correlation Functions -- Problems -- 4. Exactly Solvable Models -- 4.1. Potential Scattering -- 4.2.
Localized State in the Continuum -- 4.3. Independent Boson Models -- 4.4. Tomonaga Model -- 4.5. Polaritons -- Problems -- 5. Electron Gas -- 5.1. Exchange and Correlation -- 5.2. Wigner Lattice and Metallic Hydrogen -- Metallic
Hydrogen -- 5.3. Cohesive Energy of Metals -- 5.4. Linear Screening -- 5.5. Model Dielectric Functions -- 5.6. Properties of the Electron Gas -- 5.7. Sum Rules -- 5.8. One-Electron Properties -- Problems -- 6. Electron-Phonon
Interaction -- 6.1 Fröhlich Hamiltonian -- 6.2 Small Polaron Theory -- 6.3 Heavily Doped Semiconductors -- 6.4 Metals -- Problems -- 7. dc Conductivities -- 7.1. Electron Scattering by Impurities -- 7.2. Mobility of Fröhlich Polarons
-- 7.3. Electron-Phonon Interactions in Metals -- 7.4. Quantum Boltzmann Equation -- Problems -- 8. Optical Properties of Solids -- 8.1. Nearly Free-Electron System -- 8.2. Wannier Excitons -- 8.3. X-Ray Spectra in Metals -- Problems
-- 9. Superconductivity -- 9.1. Cooper Instability -- 9.2. BCS Theory -- 9.3. Electron Tunneling -- 9.4. Infrared Absorption -- 9.5. Acoustic Attenuation -- 9.6. Excitons in Superconductors -- 9.7. Strong Coupling Theory -- Problems --
10. Liquid Helium -- 10.1. Pairing Theory -- 10.2. 4He: Ground State Properties -- 10.3. 4He: Excitation Spectrum -- 10.4. 3He: Normal Liquid -- 10.5. Superfluid 3He -- Problems -- 11. Spin Fluctuations -- 11.1. Kondo Model -- 11.2.
Anderson Model -- Problems -- References -- Author Index
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Title:Interacting Electrons in Reduced Dimensions
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (414 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-0565-1
Contents:I. Methods -- A. Solvable Models and Analytic Results -- Brief History of a One-Dimensional Ground State Wave Function -- Two Theorems on the Hubbard Model -- A Model of Crystallization: A Variation on the Hubbard Model -- The
Fermi-Linearized Hubbard Model: Dimer Ground State -- Superconductivity of Itinerant Electrons Coupled to Spin Chains -- Valence Bond Spin Models: Ground States and Excitations -- B. Quantum Monte Carlo and Numerical Diagonalization
Methods -- Numerical Simulation of the Two Dimensional Hubbard Model -- Stable Matrix-Multiplication Algorithms for Low Temperature Numerical Simulations of Fermions -- Numerical Simulations of the Two-Dimensional Hubbard Model --
Monte Carlo Simulation of a Three-Band Model for High-Tc Superconductors -- Exact Valence-Bond Approach to Quantum Cell Models -- Lanczos Diagonalizations of the 1-D Peierls-Hubbard Model -- C. Variational and Perturbation Theoretic
Methods -- Variational Wave Functions for Correlated Lattice Fermions -- Variational Approach to Correlation Functions and to the Periodic Anderson Model in Infinite Dimensions -- The Hubbard Model in Infinite Dimensions -- Correlation
Functions for the Two-Dimensional Hubbard Model -- D. Density Functional Theory -- Density Functional Calculations for Strongly Correlated Systems -- Dimensionality Effects in trans-(CH) x -- II. Quasi-One Dimensional Models and
Materials -- A. Applicability of Hubbard-Type Models -- The Hubbard Model for One-Dimensional Solids -- Off-Diagonal Coulomb Interactions in the Extended Peierls-Hubbard Model: Exact Diagonalization Results -- Electron Correlation and
Peierls Instability -- B. Organic Conductors and Conjugated Polymers -- Instabilities in Half-Filled One-Dimensional Systems: Valence Bond Analysis -- Quantum Monte Carlo Study of Neutral-Ionic Transition -- Diagonal and Off-Diagonal
Electronic Interactions and Phonon Dynamics in an Extended Model of Polyacetylene -- Phonons and Quantum Fluctuations in a Dimerized Electron-Phonon Chain -- Scaling Approach to Electronic Correlations in Organic Conductors -- Peierls
Instability in Weakly Non-Ideal One-Dimensional Systems -- Use of the Spin Hamiltonian to Study the Spin-Peierls Instability and Magnetism in Conjugated Polymers -- A Two Band Model for Halogen-Bridged Transition Metal Linear Chain
Complexes -- Numerical Simulation of a One Dimensional Two Band Model -- Disordered Quantum Spin Chain and its Relevance to the Disordered Superconductor -- 1/n Expansion for Quantum Heisenberg Antiferromagnets -- III. Quasi-Two
Dimensional Models and Materials -- Fractional Quantum Hall Effect: Recent Developments -- Fröhlich Conduction of Spin Density Waves in Quasi-Two Dimensional Systems -- A Unified Theoretical Approach to Superconductors with Strong
Coulomb Correlations: The Organics, LiTi2O4, Electron- and Hole-Doped Copper Oxides and Doped BaBiO3 -- Spin Fluctuations and Quasiparticles in Cu-O Planes -- Electronic Properties and Spin-Correlations of CuO2-Planes in High
Temperature Superconductors -- Numerical Approach to Magnetic Mechanism of Superconductivity -- Parastatistics for Highly Correlated Two Dimensional Fermi Systems -- Composite vs Constituent Particle Aspects of Hole Motion in the CuO2
Plane -- S Pairing by Double Excitation of Triplet in Two Band System with Intermediate Electron Correlations -- Fermi Liquid Theory for High Temperature Superconductors
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Title:Quark Matter Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions — Quark Matter 1987 Nordkirchen, FRG, 24–28 August 1987
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (370 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-83524-7
Contents:Oxygen-induced reactions at 60 A GeV and 200 A GeV studied by calorimetry (With 6 Figures) -- Transverse energy distributions in 16O-nucleus collisions (With 2 Figures) -- Study of the energy flow in 16O-nucleus collisions at 60 and
200 GeV/nucleon (With 14 Figures) -- Measurement of energy and charged particle emission in the central rapidity region from O+A and p + A collisions at 14.5 GeV/c per nucleon and preliminary results from Si+A collisions (With 12
Figures) -- Transverse energy distributions in Si-nucleus collisions at 10 GeV/nucleon (With 7 Figures) -- Charged particle spectra in 16O induced nuclear collisions at the CERN SPS (With 8 Figures) -- Measurement of multiplicity
distributions in oxygentungsten collisions at 200 GeV per nucleon (With 6 Figures) -- Review of high energy heavy ion reactions in emulsion (With 13 Figures) -- First results from the hybrid emulsion experiment on 16O-nucleus
collisions at 200 GeV/N (With 7 Figures) -- Pion interferometry with ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions from the NA 35 experiment (With 5 Figures) -- Spectra of negative particles and photons in collisions of p-W and 16O-W at 200
Ge V/u (With 3 Figures) -- Negative particle production in nuclear collisions at 60 and 200 GeV/nucleon (With 11 Figures) -- Neutral transverse momentum spectra in 60 and 200 A GeV16O + nucleus and proton + nucleus reactions (With 8
Figures) -- Transverse momentum systematics in proton-proton and light ion collisions at the ISR (With 7 Figures) -- Target fragmentation in proton-nucleus and 16O-nucleus reactions at 60 and 200 GeV/nucleon (With 12 Figures) -- The
production of J/? in 200 GeV/A oxygen-uranium interactions (With 11 Figures) -- First results on strangeness production in 60 and 200 GeV/nucleon heavy ion reactions from the NA 35 streamer chamber (With 5 Figures) -- A study of ? and
K production in proton-uranium and oxygen-uranium interactions at 200 GeV/A using decay muons (With 18 Figures) -- Preliminary spectrometer results from E-802 (With 5 Figures) -- The QCD vacuum and quark-gluon plasma (With 5 Figures)
-- Lattice QCD at finite temperature: a status report (With 10 Figures) -- Connection between perturbation theory and lattice QCD (With 3 Figures) -- On a non-perturbative pressure effect in lattice QCD (With 2 Figures) -- The
“instanton liquid” (With 8 Figures) -- Quarks and gluons in colour fields (With 6 Figures) -- A unified approach for hadronic and nuclear collisions: the dual parton model (With 16 Figures) -- The materialization phase in the colour
rope picture (With 4 Figures) -- Ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions in a multi-string model (With 6 Figures) -- Multiplicity distributions in hadronic and heavy ion reactions -- The approach to equilibrium in a quark-gluon plasma
-- Gluon transport equations, plasma oscillations, and screening -- Central region in relativistic heavy ion collisions results from hydrodynamic calculations and cascade simulation (With 12 Figures) -- Initial state formation in the
hydrodynamical theory of nucleon-nucleon collisions -- Rapidity distributions and energy densities from hydrodynamical studies at 5–200 GeV/n (With 14 Figures) -- J/? Suppression by plasma formation (With 1 Figure) -- Mass shifts of
charmoniums and electromagnetic signals (With 3 Figures) -- Searching photon signal of quark-gluon plasma formation -- Quark-matter diagnostics: dileptons, photons and (J/?) suppression (With 6 Figures) -- Perturbative aspects of
dilepton production at finite temperature (With 1 Figure) -- Strong interacting probes for quark gluon plasma (With 3 Figures) -- ?(??) Longitudinal polarization: a signature for the formation of a quark-gluon plasma in heavy ion
collisions -- Enhanced multiplicity fluctuation as a possible signature of quark matter -- Emission of droplets of strange quark matter in RHIC (With 10 Figures) -- Dense nuclear matter: supernovae and heavy ions (With 10 Figures) --
Quark matter in astrophysics and cosmology (With 3 Figures) -- Hadron-quark phase transition in dense stars (With 4 Figures) -- The EMC effect — status and perspectives (With 6 Figures) -- The ion programme at CERN: a brief outline --
Lead beam experiments at the CERN SPS (With 10 Figures) -- The time projection chamber for heavy-ion collisions: trends and perspectives (With 22 Figures) -- The relativistic heavy ion collider project: a status report (With 6 Figures)
-- Quark Matter 1987: concluding remarks
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Nuclear fusion , Atoms , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Title:Fundamental Symmetries
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (362 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-5389-8
Contents:I Gravitation -- Gravity -- The gravitational properties of antimatter -- Proposal to measure possible violations of the g-universality at the 10-10 level of accuracy on the Earth’s surface -- Gravitational spin interactions? -- II
Matter and Antimatter -- Mass measurements for antiprotons -- Penning traps, masses and antiprotons -- Present status of the radiofrequency mass spectrometer for the comparison of the proton-antiproton masses (PS189) -- Properties of
matter versus those of antimatter as a test of CPT invariance -- Cooling and decelerations of antiprotons -- Stochastic cooling in a trap -- The cyclotron trap as decelerator and ion source -- Atomic physics experiments with
antiprotons -- Possible experiments with antihydrogen -- On the production of highly ionized antiprotonic noble gas atoms at rest -- Atomic collision physics at LEAR -- Measurement of the antiprotonic Lyman- and Balmer X-rays of p?H
and p?D atoms at very low target pressures -- Charge measurements -- The magnetic levitation electrometer: the searches for quarks and the electron-proton charge difference -- III CP and CPT Violation in Weak Interaction -- CP
violation -- Use of QCD sum rules in the evaluation of weak hadronic matrix elements -- Short-distance effects in the K0-K?0 mixing in the Standard Model -- The CP LEAR project: Experiment PS195 -- The measurement of the phase
difference (?+- – ?00) with the CPLEAR experiment at CERN -- CP violation in the KS ? ?+?-?0 decay -- On the connection between CP-violation, muon-neutrino lifetime, muonium conversion and K0-decays: An explicit model -- IV Time
Reversal Invariance and Symmetries in Strong Interaction -- Experiments on time reversal invariance in low energy nuclear physics -- The strong CP problem and the visibility of invisible axions -- V Simple Systems and QED -- The muon
anomalous g-value -- Muonium -- The identification of p?p K X-rays at LEAR -- Low and high resolution protonium spectroscopy at LEAR in ACOL time: tools for glueball, hybrid and light meson spectroscopy and for measuring the NN? strong
interaction dependence on angular momentum -- VI Polarization of Antiprotons -- A critique of the various techniques to polarize low energy antiprotons -- Polarization of stored antiprotons by the Stern-Gerlach effect -- A spin
splitter for antiprotons in LEAR -- Polarized antiprotons from antihydrogen -- Large polarization asymmetries in nucleon-nucleon scattering -- Lecturers -- Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory
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Title:Physics of Strong Fields
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (1015 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-1889-7
Contents:Strong Fields in Perspective -- Status of Precision QED in Light and Heavy Atoms -- The Many Facets of the Dirac Vacuum -- Are the Positron Peaks Caused by Internal Electron-Positron Pair Conversion ? -- Atomic Clock Phenomena in
Collisions of Very Heavy Ions -- Narrow Correlated Positron-Electron Peaks from Superheavy Collision Systems -- Investigation of Positron Line Emission in Heavy Ion Collisions with the EPOS-Spectrometer -- Special Aspects of the EPOS
Experiments on Positron Emission from Superheavy Collision Systems -- Spectroscopy of Positrons from Heavy Ion-Atom Collisions -- Positron Emission from Subcritical Systems -- The Consequences of Sudden Rearrangements of Electronic
Shells -- Are the GSI Events Caused by Particle Decay ? -- On the Possibility of New Particle Production in Heavy-Ion Collisions -- Quasiatomic Spectroscopy as a Tool for Deep Inelastic Collisions -- Positrons and Electrons Emitted in
Elastic and Dissipative Heavy Ion Collisions -- Do Nucleons Dissolve in Giant Nuclei ? -- Vacuum Vibrations -- Quantum Mechanical Treatment of Heavy-Ion Collisions -- Nuclear Contact Times in Dissipative Heavy Ion Collisions Measured
via S-Ray Spectroscopy -- Positron-Electron Angular Correlations in Heavy Ion Collisions -- Exotic Nuclear Structure and Decays: New Nuclear Collective Phenomena -- Ionisation and Tunneling in a Strong Electric Field -- Quantum
Mechanical Theory of Positron Production in Heavy Ion Collisions with Nuclear Contact -- Study of the Consequences of Hypothesized Potential Pockets Using Simple Models -- Theories of Heavy-Ion Interaction Potentials for Giant
Dinuclear Systems -- Future Aspects of Positron Spectroscopy -- Interference Effects in Quasimolecular Radiation and a Clock for Heavy Ion Nuclear Reactions -- Relativistic Density Functional Theory -- Nonperturbative Radiative and
Bound-State quations for Strong Quantumelectrodynamics -- Magnetic Resonances and the Positron Peak in Heavy-Ion Collisions -- Atomic Processes in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions -- ?- and ?-Pair Production from Relativistic Heavy
Ion Collisions -- Experiments on Few-Electron Very High-Z Ions -- A Novel Approach to Lamb Shift Measurements in High Z Hydrogenic Ions -- Symmetry Violation in Atoms -- Atomic Physics and the Dimensionality of Space -- An Introduction
to Skyrmions as Applied in Nuclear Physics -- The Baryon-Baryon Interaction and the Quark Model -- Nuclear Matter at High Densities and Temperature -- The Non-Topological Soliton Bag Model -- Pair Production and Quantum Transport in
Strong Color Fields -- Antimatter Clusters from Hadronizing Quark-Gluon Plasma -- Colour Interactions in Giant Quark Bags -- The QCD Vacuum -- Gluon Condensation in Quark-Gluon Plasma -- How Topological Concepts Lead to Quantum Numbers
for Baryons -- Pressure Ensemble and Dense Nuclear Matter with Finite Size Nucleons at Zero Temperature -- Boundary Conditions and the Structure of the Vacuum -- Quantum Effects in Strong Gravitational Fields -- Temperature Corrections
to the Casimir Effect -- The Future of Nuclear Physics -- Van der Waals Forces and Zero Point Energy -- Summary Talk: Theoretical -- Experimental Summary
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Title:Dynamics of Wave Packets in Molecular and Nuclear Physics Proceedings of the International Meeting Held in Priorij Corsendonck, Belgium July 2–4, 1985
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (186 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-16772-2
Contents:Classical plane trajectories and their quantum analogs in a billiard and two spheroidal cavities -- Quantum dynamics of wavepackets on two-dimensional potential energy surfaces governing nuclear fission -- Information-theoretical
analysis of wave packet dynamics in bound systems -- The gauge invariant method for quantization and tunneling in Hamilton systems -- Particle-solid interactions -- Time-dependent density functional theory -- Time-independent wave
packet theory of collisions -- Quantal one-body dissipation and the wall formula -- Localization of single-particle states in the continuum -- Recent progress in semiclassical wavepacket methods for chemical physics applications --
Gauge invariant period quantized wave packets -- Perspective of Gaussian wave packet technology for polyatomic systems -- Application of the time-dependent wave packet method to Collision induced dissociation calculations -- Creation
and time evolution of the coherent rotational states -- Dynamics of wave packets and strong nonadiabatic effects -- Motion of wavepackets-sensitivity to the initial conditions -- Quantum resonances in physical tunneling -- Wavepackets
in nuclear physics -- Semiclassical many-pahticle dynamics with Gaussian wave packets -- Gaussian wave packet dynamics expressed in the classical interaction picture -- General aspects of wave packet dynamics -- Conclusion
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Nuclear fusion , Atoms , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Physics , Quantum Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics
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Title:Hadrons and Heavy Ions Proceedings of the Summer School Held at the University of Cape Town January 16–27, 1984
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Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (461 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-15653-4
Contents:Mean-field approximations in heavy-ion collisions -- New vistas of the shapes and structures of nuclei far off stability -- Quantum electrodynamics of strong fields -- On the structure of giant nuclear molecules -- Pion Bremsstrahlung
in subthreshold heavy ion collisions -- Pions and other hadronic degrees of freedom in nuclei -- Quark models of hadronic interactions -- Nuclear matter under extreme conditions
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Title:Fundamental Interactions in Low-Energy Systems
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Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (501 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-4967-9
Contents:I The Electro-Weak Force at Low Energy -- Weak Interactions at Low Energy -- Determination of the Muon Decay Parameters -- Measurement of the ?-Parameter in ?-Decay -- Muon Capture in Hydrogen -- Muon Capture in Deuterium -- Parity
Violation in Atoms -- Neutral Currents in Muonic Atoms -- Rare Muon Decays and Lepton-family Number Conservation -- Neutrino Masses and Mixing from Neutrino Oscillations -- Searches for Mixed Heavy Neutrinos in Meson Decays and in Muon
Capture -- II Strong Interactions -- The Exotic Atoms of QCD: Glueballs, Hybrids and Baryonia -- Quarkonium Spectroscopy -- The LEAR Physics Programme -- Electron-positron Pair Production in $$p\bar p$$ annihilation at LEAR -- $$p\bar
p$$ Annihilations at Rest in Hydrogen Gas: Report on Preliminary Results of the Asterix Experiment at LEAR -- First Physics Results from Experiment PS172 at LEAR -- Antiproton-proton Reactions in the Momentum Range from 250 to 600
MeV/c -- X-rays from Protonium — PS 174 Progress Report -- Antiproton X-ray Spectroscopy in the Cyclotron Trap: Preliminary Results -- PS184: A Study of Antiproton-nucleus Interactions at LEAR -- Perspectives of Antineutron Physics --
III Search for Hypothetical Particles and Interactions -- Weakly Charged Exotic Particles -- Search for Muon-hadron Interactions from Muonic X-rays -- Experimental Search for Strong van der Waals Forces -- Photon-photon Interaction
Detection via the Vacuum Birefringence Induced by a Magnetic Field: Status of the Experiment -- IV Perspectives of Superconducting Junctions in Nuclear and Particle Physics -- Potential of Superconducting Tunnel Junctions as Detectors
in Nuclear and Particle Physics -- Development of a High Resolution Superconducting Detector for keV Radiation at SIN -- New Detectors and Neutrino Mass -- V Some Aspects of the Physics of Muonic Atoms and Molecules -- Different Facets
of Muonic Molecules -- New Experimental Results on Muon Catalyzed Fusion in Low Density Deuterium-tritium gas -- Progress in Muon Catalyzed Fusion at JINR in Dubna (USSR) -- Triplet State Lifetimes and Muon Capture in Gaseous Hydrogen
-- Formation of the Lightest Muonic Atoms and the 2S-lifetime of the (??4He)+-ion
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Title:Fundamental Processes in Atomic Collision Physics
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Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (794 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-2125-5
Contents:H S W Massey - Life, Work, Personality and Characteristics -- Lectures on Fundamental Processes in Atomic Collision Physics -- to Fundamental Interactions in Atomic Collisions -- Electron Atom Scattering Theory -- Density Matrices,
State Multipoles, and Their Physical Interpretation -- Polarization Effects in Electron Atom Collisions -- Theory of Heavy-Particle Collisions -- Angular Correlation and Polarization Studies of Atomic Collisions -- Ion-Molecule
Association -- Many Body Calculations in Atomic Physics -- Angle- and Spin-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy -- Atomic Processes Under Strong Electromagnetic Fields -- Particle-Atom Collisions in Strong Laser Fields -- Applications
of Atomic Collision Processes in Astrophysics -- The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox Fifty Years Later -- Symposium on New Trends in Atomic Collision Physics - Honorary Chairman - U. Fano -- New Applications of Electron-Electron
Coincidences -- Collisional Spectroscopy of Laser Excited Atoms -- Anisotropy in Photofragmentation -- Low Energy Atom Collisions -- Electron Correlation Effects in Electron-Atom Collisions -- The Role of Electron Spin in Atomic
Collisions -- Polarization Correlation in Simultaneous Two-Photon Decay Processes and Tests of Bell’s Inequality -- Contributed Papers -- Electron-Atom Collisions -- Stokes Parameters ?1,2,3 and Scattering Parameters ?,? for Positive
and Negative Scattering Angles in Electron- Photon Coincidence Experiments -- A Test of the Influence of the Nuclear Spin in Electron Impact Excitation Processes -- Relativistic Third Born Approximation for Electron Capture --
Inner-Shell Ionization by Transition Radiation -- Applications of Stepwise Electron and Laser Excitation of Atoms to Atomic Collision Studies -- The Identification of Collisionally Excited Autoionizing States in Aluminium -- Orbital
Angular Momentum Exchange In Post-Collision Interaction -- Intermediate Energy Electron Impact Spectroscopy at Rio de Janeiro -- e-e Correlation in (e-2e) Reaction: A Semiclassical Approach -- Stimulated Free-Free Transitions in a
Coulomb Field -- Photon-Atom Interactions -- Multiphotonionization of Xenon -- Theoretical Study of the Photoelectron Spectrum of Cesium -- Photoionization of Positive Atomic Ions -- Calculation of Free-Free Radial Dipole Transition
Amplitudes: An L2 Basis Approach -- Buffer Gas Influence on Ion Collection in Cesium Two Photon Ionization and on UF6 Photodissociation -- Ion-Atom Collisions -- Theoretical Treatment of Atomic Collision Processes -- Proton-Impact
Excitation of the 2p-Shell of Sodium Atoms -- Calculations of Ion-Induced K-Shell Ionization -- Long-Range Processes in Na+-Na(3p) Collisions and Dependence on Initial 3p Excitation -- Slow Ion Atom Collisions in the Presence of a
Strong Magnetic Field -- Calculation of Charge Transfer Cross Section for Electron Capture Collisions by N2+ Ions in Neutral Atoms -- K-Shell Ionization in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions -- Excitation of HE I Triplet Levels by Ion
Impact -- Atomic and Molecular Processes -- Nonadiabatic Behaviour in Atomic and Molecular Processes: The Ridge Effect in Mode Transitions -- Photon Correlations, Atomic State Correlations and Statistical Distributions -- Participants
Photo -- Author Index
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Title:The Big Bang and Georges Lemaître Proceedings of a Symposium in honour of G. Lemaître fifty years after his initiation of Big-Bang Cosmology, Louvain-Ia-Neuve, Belgium, 10–13 October 1983
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (420 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-6487-7
Contents:I Cosmology -- Physical and cosmological interactions -- Impact of Lemaitre’s ideas on modern cosmology -- Massive neutrinos and photinos in cosmology and galactic astronomy -- The primordial nucleosynthesis -- A generalization of the
Lemattre models -- Is the universe homogeneous on a large scale? -- Vacuum inhomogeneous cosmological models -- The significance of Newtonian cosmology -- Numerical simulation of evolution of a multi-dimensional Higgs field in the new
inflationary scenario -- Primordial nucleosynthesis and nuclear reaction rates uncertainties -- Time and singularity -- Quasar energy from frozen fusion via massive neutrinos? -- Estimation of galactic masses using the zero
energy-momentum cosmological principle -- II - Celestial Mechanics -- Dynamics of orbiting dust under radiation pressure -- Non gravitational forces in the evolution of the solar system -- Generalizations of the restricted problem of
three bodies -- Secular perturbations of asteroids with commensurable mean motions -- A mechanism of depletion for the Kirkwood’s gaps -- On the stability of the solar system as hierarchical dynamical system -- A relativistic approach
to the Kepler problem -- The three-body problem in stellar dynamics -- The critical periodic orbits in the Störmer problem -- A multimode investigation of granular and supergranular motions I: Boussinesq model -- III - Structure of the
Universe and Cosmic Rays -- Galaxy formation revisited -- Clusters and superclusters -- Cosmic ray sources and confinement in the galaxy -- Strong evidence for metagalactic shock waves at redshifts z?2–3 -- Algebraic programming in
general relativity and cosmology -- Finite euclidean and non-euclidean geometry with applications to the finite pendulum and the polygonal harmonic motion. A first step to finite cosmology -- IV - Georges Lemaitre: The Man and His Work
-- Monsignor Georges Lemaitre -- The Scientific Work of Georges Lemaitre -- Bibliography of Georges Lemaitre -- Author Index
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Title:Laser Interaction and Related Plasma Phenomena Volume 6
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (1161 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-7332-6
Contents:I. Lasers and Sources -- Novette, a Short Wavelength Laser-Target Interaction System -- The Antares Facility for Inertial Fusion Experiments — Status and Plans -- Interhalogen Lasers -- Review of Nuclear Pumped Lasers -- Nuclear
Pumped Lasers Utilizing Radiant Transfer -- Generation of Vacuum Ultraviolet and Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation by Nonlinear Processes with Excimer Lasers -- Resonantly-Pumped Soft X-Ray Lasers Using ICF Drivers -- Multistep Pumping
Schemes for Short-Wave Lasers -- Development of a High Power Glass Laser System and Research of X-Ray Generation -- Applications of X-Rays From Laser Produced Plasmas -- II. Laser Interaction with Electrons and Free Electron Lasers --
A Glow Discharge Laser Amplifier and its Relation to the Effect of Quantum Modulation of Electron Beams by Lasers -- A Look at the Free Electron Laser and its Potential -- High Intensity Free Electron Lasers for Inertial Confinement
Fusion -- The Lateral Injection Free Electron Laser: Momentum Balance and Axial Shift of Electrons -- III. Interaction Diagnostics -- Laser Interaction and Compression Studies at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory -- Laser-Plasma
Interaction Experiments and Diagnostics at NRL -- ICF Diagnostics -- Fusion Product Energy Loss Measurements -- The Study of Plasma Turbulence by the Method of Combination Scattering -- X-Ray Shadowgraphy Studies in Laser Implosion
Experiments -- New Measurement Techniques Using Tracers Within Laser-Produced Plasmas -- Laser Induced Unipolar Arcing -- Investigation of Highly Ionized Plasma Plumes Generated by CO2 Laser Irradiation of Solid Targets in Strong Axial
Magnetic Fields -- Laser Pellet Plasmas for Filling Magnetic Confinement Configurations -- IV. Interaction Dynamics -- Atomic Physics in Inertial Fusion -- Hypothesis for the Quantization of Electrodynamic Parameters in Plasmas Applied
to the Equations of Motion -- High Harmonic Generation in High Power Lasers -- Review of Recent Experimental and Theoretical Laser-Plasma Research Carried out at Soreq -- Absorption, Double Layers, and Dynamics at Laser-Plasma
Interaction and Pellet Fusion Gains with Reheat -- The State of Ultra-High Intensity Laser Plasma Interaction Research in Australia -- Suprathermal Electron Generation Transport and Deposition in CO2 Laser Irradiated Targets -- Hot
Electron Production by Raman Scattering in a Preformed Underdense Plasma -- Scaling of Laser-Plasma Interactions with Laser Wavelength and Plasma Size -- High Frequency Instabilities in Underdense Plasmas Produced by a 0.35µm Laser
Beam -- Observations of Parametric Instabilities in Long Scalelength Plasmas -- Recent Advances in Microwave Simulation of Laser-Plasma Interactions -- Self-Consistent Electron Density Profiles in Short Pulse, 1.054µm Laser-Heated
Plasmas -- Raman and Brillouin Scattering, Classical Reflection, and Relativity -- Saturation of Stimulated Brillouin Backscatter -- Space and Time Evolution of SBS Ion Waves and Harmonics -- Filamentation Instability in Laser Produced
Plasmas -- V. Pellet Fusion -- Critical Elements of High Gain: An Update -- Analysis of Stability and Symmetry Implications for ICF -- Direct Illumination Spherical Target Experiments -- Investigation of Hydrodynamic Stability of High
Aspect Ratio Targets in Laser Implosion Experiments -- Thermal Transport Measurements in 1.05µm Laser Irradiation of Spherical Targets -- Uniformity of Energy Deposition for Laser Driven Fusion -- Rayleigh-Taylor Instability and
Resulting Failure Modes of Ablatively Imploded Inertial Fusion Targets -- High Density Transition Laser Driven Implosions -- X-Ray Emission Experiments at 1.06µm and 0.35µm -- Laser Implosion Fusion Experiments at Ile Osaka --
Theoretical and Computational Investigation on Implosion Process -- Recent Studies in Electron Transport and Laser Interaction at INRS-ENERGIE -- Instability and Chaos in Some Non-Linear Laser Interaction Mechanisms -- Progress Toward
Direct Drive Laser Fusion -- VI. Ion Beam Fusion -- Historical Remarks on Beam Fusion -- Advances in ICF Using Light Ion Beams -- Status of Light Ion Inertial Fusion Research at NRL -- Inertial Confinement Fusion by Light Ion Beam --
Space — Time Focused Light Plasma Beams for ICF Fusion -- Ion Beam Interactions with ICF Targets -- Ions Stopping in ICF Plasmas -- VII Reactors -- ICF Reactor Using a 3He-Aflint Tritium Self-Sufficient Target -- Conceptual Design of
ICF Reactor Senri, Part II Advances in Design and Pellet Gain Scaling -- VIII. High Acceleration of Charged Particles -- Electron (and Positron) Acceleration with Lasers -- High Energy Particle Acceleration by a Laser Beatwave -- GeV
Ions From Laser Produced Plasmas -- Relativistic Electromagnetic Waves in an Electron-Ion Plasma -- Attendees -- Author Index
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Title:Search for Charm, Beauty, and Truth at High Energies
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (585 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-2659-5
Contents:Session I Search For Charm and Beauty With e+ e- Beams -- Heavy Flavour Production in e+ e- Annihilation -- Mark-J Results on Hadron and Inclusive Muon Production and the Electroweak Interactions of Quarks -- Recent Results from JADE
-- Recent Results from TASS0 -- Results from CESR -- Session II Search For Charm and Beauty at Fermilab -- Charm and Beauty Photoproduction at Fermilab -- Prompt Neutrino Experiment on Charm and Other Flavours -- Prompt Production of
Neutrino by 400 GeV Protons on Tungsten: First REsults from Fermilab E613 -- Session III Search For Charm With Bubble Chambers -- Recent Results from the Experiment NA16 -- Photo-Production of Charmed Particles by 19.5 GeV Gammas --
Session IV Panel on Use of Visual Detectors in the Search for Charm and Other Flavours -- Chairman’s Introduction -- Photographic emulsions Versus Bubble Chambers in Charm and Beauty Searches -- High Resolution Bubble Chamers --
Holography in Small Bubble Chambers -- Scanning Holograms -- A Measuring Device for Holograms from Large Volume Bubble Chambers -- Topological Background on Charmed and Beauty Particle Pairs Produced in High Energy Hadron Interactions
in Nuclear Emulsions -- Session V Lifetime Measurements -- Measurement of Charmed Particle Lifetime -- Lifetime of Charmed Particles Protoproduced in Nuclear Emulsions -- Session VI Panel on Live Targets for Lifetime Measurements --
Chairman’s Introduction -- Lifetime measurements of D± -Mesons with a Silicon Live Target -- Solid State Telescopes for Lifetime Measurements -- Performance and Application in High Energy Physics of Passive Ion Implanted Silicon
Detectors -- Hybrid Preamplifier for Solid State Detectors on High Energy Experiments -- Silicon Detectors for the NA14 Photoproduction Experiment at CERN -- Status Report on Two New Vertex Detectors: The Scintillation Camera and the
Microchannel Plate -- Session VII Production Cross Sections of Charm and New Flavours -- Production Cross Sections of Heavy Flavours on Protons -- Photon and Hadron Production of Open Heavy Flavours -- Heavy Quarks in Hadronic
Collisions -- Production of Heavy Flavours in Muon Iron Interaction -- Hadronic Production of Heavy Flavours -- Session VIII Panel on High Resolution Vertex Detectors to Search for Charm and Other Flavours -- Silicon Microstrip
Detectors, a New Tool for Charm Physics -- Resistive Charge Partititon with MESD -- A High Resolution Telescope Using CCD Photodiodes Arrays -- Silicon Detector Electronics for H.E. Physics Experiments -- Session IX Search for Heavy
Flavours -- Heavy Flavour Production in Hadron-Hadron Collisions -- The Masses of Heavy Flavoured Hadrons -- Tests of the t Quark Mass From B Meson Decays -- Beauty Experiments at the SPS -- Session X Panel on Special Triggers to
Search for Charm and Heavy Flavours -- Hadronic Production of Prompt Muons -- A Study of Charm Production in the Strong Interactions Using a Prompt Muon Trigger -- Triggering for Charm, Beauty, and Truth -- Muon Triggers in Search for
Charm and Beauty in Hybrid Emulsion Experiments -- Possibility of Trigger for Short Lived States -- Trigger on Charm and Beauty for a Hybrid Experiment in the ?? Spectrometer -- Session XI -- Conclusions -- Participants
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Title:Extragalactic Astronomy Lecture notes from Córdoba
Author(s): J. L Sérsic
Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (247 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-7726-6
Contents:I: Forms and Structures -- 1.1. Normal and Peculiar Galaxies -- 1.2. Classification of Normal Galaxies -- 1.3. Apparent and True Flattening of Galaxies -- 1.4. Other Classifications Systems -- 1.5. Classification of Peculiar Galaxies
-- II: Normal Galaxies -- II.1. Contents -- II.1.1. Photometric Properties -- II.1.2. Stellar Content -- II.1.3. The Interstellar Medium in Galaxies -- II.1.4. Subsystems -- II.2. Motions and Masses -- II.2.1. Kinematics -- II.2.2.
Masses of Galaxies -- II.2.3. Mass-Luminosity Ratios -- II.3.2. Evolution of Galactic Content -- III: Active Galaxies -- III.1. Classification -- III.2. Intergalactic H II Regions (IG H II) -- III.3. Galaxies with Nuclear Emission
(neG) -- III.4. Irr II Galaxies -- III.5. Seyfert Galaxies (SyG) -- III.5.1. Spectrum of Emission -- III.5.2. Continuum Spectrum -- III.5.3. Variability -- III.5.4. Radioemission -- III.5.5. Correlations -- III.6. Strong Radio Galaxies
(SRG) -- III.6.1. Radio Structures -- III.6.2. Spectrum of Radio Frequencies -- III.6.3. Time Scale -- III.6.4. Compact Sources -- III.6.5. Optical Forms Associated with SRG’s -- III.6.6. Optical Spectra -- III.6.7. Energetics of SRG’s
-- III.7. N Galaxies -- III.8. Quasi Stellar Objects (QSO) -- III.8.1. Continuum Spectrum -- III.8.2. Line Spectrum -- III.8.3. BL Lacertae Objects -- III.8.4. Redshifts and Nature of the QSO’s -- III.9. Activity in Compact Objects --
III.9.1. Excitation Mechanism -- III.9.2. The Source of Energy -- IV: Galaxies and their Environment -- IV.1. Tidal Interactions -- IV.1.2. Non-tidal Interactions -- IV.2. Agregates of Galaxies -- IV.2.1. Pairs and Multiplets --
IV.2.2. Groups of Galaxies -- IV.2.3. Clusters -- IV.2.4. Second Order Clustering -- IV.2.5. Clustering -- IV.3. Mean Mass Density of Matter in the Universe -- V: Measuring the Universe -- V.1. Distance Indicators -- V.1.1. Primary
Distance Indicators -- V.1.2. Other Photometric Indicators -- V.1.3. Geometric Indicators -- V.1.4. Other Indicators -- V.2. The Scale of Distances -- V.2.1. The Hubble Flow -- V.2.2. The Quest for H0 -- V.3. Far Away and Long Ago --
V.3.1. TheRedshift -- V.3.2. The Hubble Law -- VI: Cosmology -- VI.1. Basic Assumptions -- VI.2. Explosive Cosmologies -- VI.3. Thermal Evolution of the Universe -- VI.4. Primaeval Nucleosynthesis -- VI.5. The Background Radiation --
VI.6. Observational Cosmology -- VI.6.1. Observable Parameters -- VI.6.2. Fitting the Model to the Universe -- VI.6.3. Lifting the Restriction ? = 0 -- VII: Gravitational Instability and Galaxy Formation -- VII.1. Theory of Jeans’
Wavelength and Mass -- VII.1.1. The Jeans Mass -- VII.2. Gravitational Instability in an Expanding Universe -- VII.2.1. The Era of Gravitational Instability -- VII.3. Protogalaxies -- VII.3.1. Non-linear Growth of a Density
Perturbation -- VII.4. Galaxy Formation Through Dissipative Collapse -- VII.4.1. Stationary State out of Equilibrium -- VII.4.2. Hierarchy of Fragmentations -- VII.4.3. The End of the Hierarchy -- VII.4.4. Global Dynamics -- VII.4.5.
The Influence of Rotation -- VI.5. Dissipationless Collapse -- VIII: Notes and Comments -- VII.1. Catalogs and Atlas of Galaxies -- VIII.2. Composite Spectra -- VIII.3. The H I Spectrum -- VIII.4. Determination of Rotation Curves --
VIII.5. Rotation Period of Central Regions in Galaxies -- VIII.6. Note for Section V.1.3
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Title:Heavy-Ion Collisions Proceedings of the International Summer School Held in Rábida (Huelva), Spain, June 7–18, 1982
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (433 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0018084
Contents:Opening talk -- Calculation of effective interactions -- Potential model description of heavy ion scattering using spline techniques -- Folding models for elastic and inelastic scattering -- Relations between the simultaneous and
sequential transfer of two nucleons -- Polarization phenomena in heavy ion transfer reactions -- Nuclear charge and matter distributions -- What do we learn from self-consistent models about nuclear density distributions ? -- Probing
the nuclear structure with heavy-ion reactions -- Different regines of dissipative collisions -- Charge equilibration in deep-inelastic peripheral collisions -- Neutron-proton asymmetry and fast fission : Two extreme time evolutions in
dissipative heavy ion reactions -- Neutron-proton asymmetry -- Fast fission phenomenon -- Pre-equilibrium processes in nuclear reactions -- Light nuclei far from stability -- Direct proton decay of 147 Tm -- Description of high spin
states -- Shape coexistence and a new region of strong deformation in nuclei far from stability -- New directions in studies of nuclei far from stability with heavy ions -- Multiple discontinuities of the moment of inertia at high spin
-- Recent results on nuclei far from stability in the mass region a ? 70 -- Fusion and compound nuclei decay for light and intermediate-mass systems: 24Mg, 28Si + 12C 24Mg + 24,26Mg 28Si + 24Mg, 28,29,30Si -- Nuclear ‘molecular’ states
-- The excitation and decay of isoscalar giant resonances -- Heavy ions and giant resonances -- The width and decay-properties of giant resonances -- Spectroscopy of superheavy quasimolecules and quasiatoms
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Title:Crystalline Electric Field Effects in f-Electron Magnetism
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (586 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-8646-9
Contents:Section 1: Singlet Ground State -- Singlet Ground State System in Amorphous Rare Earth Alloys (Invited) -- Magnetic Properties and Neutron Spectroscopy of Inter-metallic Praseodymium Compounds (Invited) -- Pressure Induced Changes in
the Magnetism of Crystal Field Split Systems (Invited) -- Van Vleck Paramagnets in High Magnetic Fields (Invited) -- Singlet Ground State and Combined Electron-Nuclear Magnetism in Praseodymium (Invited) -- Study of the Crystalline
Electric Field in Praseodymium Intermetallics (Invited) -- Magnetic Excitations in TbP under Hydrostatic Pressure -- Transport Properties of the Intermetallic PrAl3 -- Effects of Crystalline Fields on the Physical Properties of PrB4 --
Section 2: Resonance Spectroscopy, Neutron Scattering -- Crystal Electric Field Effects in the ESR of Dilute Alloys (Invited) -- Crystal Field Interaction in Rare Earth Hydrides: EPR and Low Temperature Specific Heat Measurements
(Invited) -- Crystal Fields and Conduction Electron Effects in Intermetallic Compounds and Alloys (Invited) -- Positive Muons as Local Probes in Paramagnetic Rare Earth Systems (Invited) -- Mossbauer Studies of the Er6(Fe1?yMny)23Hx
System -- 141Pr-NMR Investigations on the Dielectric van Vleck Paramagnetic Compound Pr2(SO4)3 · 8H2O at Very Low Temperatures -- Crystal Field Effects on the ESR Spectra of Rare Earths in CePd3 -- 27Al-NMR Investigations on PrAl2 and
PrxLa1?xAl3, x=1.0, 0.5, 0.25 -- Magnetic Behavior of TbF3 -- Crystal Field Splitting in Light Rare Earth Dicarbides Studied by Neutron Spectroscopy -- Section 3: Theory -- Linewidth of Crystal Field Excitations in Metallic Rare Earth
Systems (Invited) -- Electronic Structure of LaIn3 and LaSn3 -- The Application of the Self-Consistent Mori Formalism to Analyze the Dynamical Response of van Vleck Systems in the Vicinity of the Curie Point -- The Origin of the
Crystal Field for 4fn Ions in Insulators -- Conduction Electron Effects on Localized Spin Excitations in the RKKY-Theory of Magnetism -- Magnetic Field Dependence of the Conduction Electron Mass in Praseodymium -- Section 4: Lattice
Effects -- Phonon Coupling Mechanisms in Intermetallic Rare Earth Compounds (Invited) -- Quadrupole Interaction at 169Tm in Cubic TmZn -- Field Dependence of the Magnetic Anisotropy of Gadolinium at 4.2 K under High Pressures --
Magnetostriction of an Yttrium Monocrystal Doped with Terbium Impurities -- Crystal Field Splitting and Thermal Expansion in Dilute Magnesium-Rare Earth Crystals -- Magnetostriction in Dilute Alloys of Rare Earths -- A Martensitic
Transformation Triggered by Magnetic Ordering -- Section 5: Tetragonal Materials -- Neutron Diffraction Studies of Magnetic Ordering in Rare Earth and Actinide Intermetallics of the CeAl2Si2 Type (Invited) -- Quadrupole Effects in the
Lattice Parameters and Magnetic Ordering Temperatures of RECu2Si2 (RE=Rare Earth) (Invited) -- Influence of the Crystal Field on Dy3+ Ions in DyM2Si2 Compounds as Revealed by Investigations of Their Magnetic Properties and Nuclear
Hyperfine Interactions -- Magnetic Properties of RCo2Si2 and RCo2Ge2 Compounds -- 169Tm Mossbauer Study of TmCu2Si2 -- Magnetic Properties of TbCo2Si2 and TbCo2Ge2 -- Magnetostriction of Rare Earth Impurities in YCu2Si2 -- Section 6:
Cerium Compounds -- Electronic Transport Properties of Metallic Ce Systems (Invited) -- Fermi Surface and p-f Mixing Mechanism in CeSb (Invited) -- Mechanism of Unusual Magnetic Anisotropy in the Cerium Monopnictides (Invited) --
Equilibrium and Dynamic Behaviors of Cubic Ce3+ Systems with Anisotropic Coqblin-Schreiffer and Crystal Field Interactions (Invited) -- Large Pressure Effects on the Magnetic Phase Diagrams of CeSb and Cex(La0.76Y0.24)1?xSb Compounds
-- Crystal Field Excitations in CeAg1?xInx Compounds -- Magnetoresistivity of Cerium Compounds -- Low Temperature Magnetic Phase Transitions of CeBi and CeSb Studied by Magnetoelastics -- Anomalous Behavior of Cerium in RMg3 and RInAg2
Compounds -- Section 7: Rare Earth Metallic and Semi-Metallic Compounds -- Magnetism and Crystal Fields in Ternary Superconductors (Invited) -- A Novel Kind of Metal-Rich Lanthanide Compound (Invited) -- Magnetic Properties and
Quadrupolar Interactions in PrAg -- Experimental Determination of the Electrostatic Contribution to the Crystalline Electric Fields in Non-cubic Metals -- Crystal Field Influence on the Specific Heat and Schottky Effect in Rare Earth
Monosulfides -- Interpretation of the ?-Holmium Sesquiselenide Magnetic Susceptibility -- Electronic Structure and Crystal Field in Sm3Se4 and Sm3Te4 -- Strong Crystal Field Effects in TmNi5 -- Magnetic Properties of Some Solid
Amorphous Rare Earth Alloys -- Section 8: Uranium Compounds -- Magnetic Phase Diagrams of Some Uranium Monopnictides and Monochalcogenides (Invited) -- Ligand Field of Uranium (4+) Antiprismatic Cluster in LCAO MO Approach -- Magnetic
Structure and Lattice Deformation in UO2 -- Crystal Field and p-f Mixing Effects in Uranium Pnictides -- Magnetic Properties of the Uranium Trichalcogenides -- Magnetization of U3P4 in Magnetic Fields up to 500 kOe -- Temperature
Dependence of Magnetization in U3P4 and U3As4 Single Crystals -- List of Senior Authors -- List of Participants -- Materials Index
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Title:Relation Between Laboratory and Space Plasmas Proceedings of the International Workshop held at Gakushi-Kaikan (University Alumni Association) Tokyo, Japan, April 14–15, 1980
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (418 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-8440-0
Contents:— The Role of High-? Mirror-Cusp Space Plasma Concept in a New Fusion-Reactor Approach -- I. The Critical Velocity -- The Critical Ionization Velocity -- Viability of the Critical Ionization Velocity Concept in Selected Space
Situations -- II. Beam Plasma Discharges and Interactions -- A Review of the Beam Plasma Discharge -- Laboratory Simulation of the Injection of Energetic Electron Beams into the Ionosphere — Ignition of the Beam Plasma Discharge --
Laboratory Experiments on Beam-Plasma Discharge -- Nonlinear Behavior of High Frequency Electric Field Just Before the Initiation of Beam Plasma Discharge -- Electron Beam Experiments in Space -- III. Double Layers and Shocks --
Formation of Double Layers -- Observations of Electrostatic Shocks and Associated Plasma Instabilities by the S3-3 Satellite -- Formation of Electrostatic Double Layers in a Plasma with Electron-Drift -- Laboratory Measurements of the
Plasma Potential in the Presence of Strong Ion Cyclotron Turbulence -- Magnetic Field Line Reconnection Experiment -- Mechanisms for the Excitation of Ion Cyclotron Waves in Auroral Acceleration Region -- IV. Instabilities in the
Equatorial and Auroral Electrojets -- On Plasma Instabilities in the High-Latitude Ionospheric E Region -- Laboratory Experiments Related to Plasma Instabilities in the Electrojets -- A 15-Min Period Geomagnetic Pulsation Ps 6 Excited
by an Instability of Auroral Electrojets -- Magnetic Field Aligned Currents and the Structure of the Auroral Ionospher -- V. Turbulent and Anomalous Plasmas -- Power Law Spectrum of Relativistic Particles in Space and Possibilities of
Its Laboratory Simulation -- Chasmas in the Laboratory and in Space -- Numerical Calculations on the Propagation of Microwaves in Highly Over-Dense Magnetized Plasmas -- The Nonlinear Theory of Current-Driven Instability of
Lower-Hybrid Drift Oscillations and Magnetic Field Reconnection in the Magnetopause -- VI. Plasma Irregularities -- Instabilities in Current Layers -- Nonlinear Interaction of Electromagnetic Radiation with a Weakly-Magnetized
Nonuniform Plasma -- Plasma Densities in the Thermal Magnetosphere Determined from Ion Cyclotron Whistlers -- Ray Trajectories and Wave Fronts of Radiated Electromagnetic Modes in an Inhomogeneous Magnetoplasma -- Drift Effect on the
Electrostatic Landau Mode in a Maxwellian Plasma -- VII. Solar Plasma Phenomena -- Numerical Simulation of Nonlinear Beam-Plasma Interaction for the Application to Solar Radio Burst -- A Model of Type I Solar Radio Bursts -- Nuclear
Fusion Process in 3He-Rich Flares -- VIII. Active Experiments in Space Plasmas and Their Simulation in the Laboratory -- Space Experiments with Particle Accelerators: SEPAC — SEPAC Program for First Spacelab Mission -- Remarks about
the Wave Observations during the Rocket Borne Electrons Injection into the Ionospheric Plasma -- EXOS-B/SIPLE Station VLF Wave-Particle Interaction Experiment -- Active Stimulation of the Auroral Plasma -- Summary -- Summary — Editor’s
Note -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Names
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Keywords: Physics , Astrophysics , Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Title:Facts and Prospects of Gauge Theories
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Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (890 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-8538-4
Contents:Opening Address -- Elementary Introduction to Gauge Theories -- Effects of Topological Charge in Gauge Theories -- Topological Methods for Gauge Theories -- Lattice Gauge Fields -- Gauge Fields on a Lattice (Selected Topics) --
Chromodynamic Theory of Hadrons -- Jets and QCD -- Supersymmetry and Gauge Theories of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Gauge Theories of Gravitation -- High-Energy Neutrino Experiments -- Hadron Induced Lepton Production --
Charm and Heavy Lepton Production by e+-e? Interactions -- Analysis of T-violation without Assumed CPT -- KSO Decays and Lorentz Invariance -- A Unified Gauge Theory without ?-e Universality -- Classical Limit for Arbitrary Commutation
Relations -- Nonlocal Properties of Fermionic Matter in Strong Gravitational Fields -- Low-Energy ?N- and NN-Scattering in Chiral Dynamics with the Use of Superpropagators -- Remarks on Vacuum Structure of Yang-Mills Theory --
Multi-Dimensional Unified Theory -- Remarks on Symanzik’s Approach to Nonrenormalizable Theories -- A Quasi-Metric Associated with SU(2) Yang-Mills Fields -- Observable Consequences of Spontaneously Broken Non-Abelian Symmetries --
Summary
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Series:Acta Physica Austriaca, Proceedings of the XVII. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kernphysik 1978 der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria) 21st February–3rd March 1978: 19/1978
Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Nuclear fusion , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion
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Title:Structure and Collisions of Ions and Atoms
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Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (350 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-81210-1
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Quantum Electrodynamics in Strong and Supercritical Fields -- 2.1 The Electrodynamics of High-Z Electronic Atoms -- 2.2 The Electrodynamics of High-Z Muonic Atoms -- 2.3 Quantum Electrodynamics in Heavy-Ion
Collisions and Supercritical Fields -- 2.4 Conclusion -- References -- 3. Relativistic Effects in Highly Ionized Atoms -- 3.1 Background -- 3.2 Interactions -- 3.3 Transition Operators -- 3.4 Calculation of Wave Functions and Energies
-- 3.5 Results -- References -- 4. Theory of Inelastic Atom-Atom Collisions -- 4.1 Quantum-Mechanical Treatment of Nuclear Motion -- 4.2 Classical Treatment of Nuclear Motion -- References -- 5. Excitation in Energetic Ion-Atom
Collisions Accompanied by Electron Emission -- 5.1 Historical Background -- 5.2 General Considerations -- 5.3 Outer-Shells -- 5.4 Inner-Shells -- References -- 6. X-Ray Production in Heavy Ion-Atom Collisions -- 6.1 Measurement of
X-Rays -- 6.2 Direct Ionization -- 6.3 Quasi-Molecular Excitation, Z1 ~ Z2 -- 6.4 Quasi-Molecular Radiation -- 6.5 Bremsstrahlung and Radiative Electron Capture -- References -- 7. Extensions of Beam Foil Spectroscopy -- 7.1 Extension
of the Dynamic Range of Lifetime Measurements Using the Beam-Foil Technique -- 7.2 Target Ion Recoil Spectroscopy -- 7.3 Projectile Electron Spectroscopy and Lifetime Measurements -- References -- 8. Atomic Collisions in Solids -- 8.1
Channeling -- 8.2 Charge State Distributions -- 8.3 Stopping Power -- 8.4 Inner-Shell Ionization -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Atoms , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Fourth International Colloquium, Nijmegen 1975
Author(s):
Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (635 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-07789-8
Contents:Magnetic monopoles and non-abelian gauge groups -- Present status of supersymmetry -- Monopole theories with strings and their applications to meson states -- Quarks and the Poincare group SU(6) x SU(3) as a classification group for
baryons -- Wave equations for extended hadrons -- Covariance principle and covariance group in presence of external E.M. Fields -- Dynamical SU(3) model for strong interactions and ? particles -- Local and global equivalence of
projective representations -- Invariant e'quations on the fibre bundles -- Gauge groups in local field theory and superselection rules -- The algebraic method in representation theory -- Geometric quantization and graded Lie algebras
-- Construction explicite de l'indice de Maslov. Applications -- Twistor theory and geometric quantization -- Quantisation as deformation theory, -- Relativistic canonical systems: A geometric approach to their space-time structure and
symmetries -- Propagators in quantum mechanics on multiply connected spaces -- On the quantisation of the Kepler manifold -- On wave functions in geometric quantization -- Dynamical prequantization, spectrum-generating algebras and the
classical Kepler and harmonic oscillator problems -- Weyl quantisation on a sphere -- Conformal group, quantization, and the Kepler problem -- Exceptional groups and elementary particles -- A propos des brisures spontanés de symétrie
-- Geometry of generalized coherent states -- Coherent states for boson systems in quantum field theory and statistical mechanics -- Coherent states and Pippard networks -- The algebraic approach to nuclear structure problems -- Lie
Groups and the Jahn-Teller Effect for a Color Center -- Symmetries and statistics in nuclear physics -- Group theory in polymer physics -- Group theoretical approach to bloch electrons in antiferromagnets -- U (5) ? O (5 )? o (3) and
the exact solution for the problem of quadrupole vibrations of the nucleus -- Wave vector selection rules for space groups -- A chemist looks at the structure of symmetry groups -- Cacnonical transformations and gaussian integral
kernels in nuclear physics -- Crystals as dynamical systems : A new class of models -- Non linear canonical transformations and their representations in quantum mechanics -- Invariance groups of young operators pauling numbers --
Applications of Group Theory to Nuclear Reactions : A Critical Survey -- The canonical resolution of the multiplicity problem for U(3): An explicit and complete constructive solution -- On space-time groups -- Frame's conjugating
representation and group extensions -- Symmetries of differential equations in mathematical physics -- On the determination of factor systems of PUA — representations -- Complex extension of the representation of the symplectic group
associated with the canonical commutation relations -- Continuous unitary projective representations of Polish groups: The BMS-group -- The Hilbert space L2(SU(2)) as a representation space for the group (SU(2) × SU(2)) ? S2 --
Induction from a normal nilpotent subgroup -- Spinor representations -- Weight multiplicities for the classical groups -- Casimir operators of subalgebras of the Poincare Lie algebra and of real Lie algebras of low dimension -- The
maximal solvable subalgebras of the real classical lie algebras. II -- Physics and deformation theory of finite and infinite Lie algebras -- Wigner 3j-symbols and the Lorentz group -- Description of symmetries in indefinite metric
spaces -- Partial diagonalization of Bethe-Salpeter type equations -- Group structure for classical lattice systems of arbitrary spin -- Equivalent Lagrangians and quasicanonical transformations -- Group theory of massless Boson fields
-- Some considerations about Nelson's derivation of Schroedinger equation -- The “Galilean” components of a position operator for the photon -- Group theoretic aspects of Gibbs space -- Approximate symmetry -- Cohomology of the action
differential forms -- Correlation inequalities in a class of lattice systems in statistical mechanics -- What is so “special” about “relativity”?
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Title:Particle Interactions at Very High Energies Part A
Author(s):
Date:1974
Size:1 online resource (398 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-8655-1
Contents:Model Independent Features of Diffraction -- Topics in Particle Physics with Colliding Proton Beams -- Strong Interactions at Very High Energies -- Multi-Body Phenomena in Strong Interactions -- High Energy Hadron Collisions on
Complex Nuclei and the Propagation of Hadronic Systems through Nuclear Matter -- The Production of Regge Recurrences
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Keywords: Science , Science, general , Science, general
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Title:Amorphous Magnetism Proceedings of the International Symposium on Amorphous Magnetism, August 17–18, 1972, Detroit, Michigan
Author(s):
Date:1973
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
Size:1 online resource (444 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-4568-8
Contents:Topics in Spin Glasses -- It’s a Random World -- Amorphous Antiferromagnetism in Some Transition Element-Phosphorus Pentoxide Glasses -- Magnetic Order in Alkaliborate and Aluminosilicate Glasses Containing Large Concentrations of
Iron-Group Ions -- Antiferromagnetism in the Vanadium, Manganese and Iron Phosphate Glass Systems -- Magnetic Inhomogeneities in BaO-B203 ? Fe203 Oxide Glasses -- Magnetic Properties of an Iron-Rich Glass -- Electron Spin Resonance
Studies of Ferrimagnetic Phases Precipitated in Simulated Lunar Glasses Heat Treated in the Presence of Oxygen -- Novel Amorphous Magnetic Materials: Magnetic and Mossbauer Studies on Iron Dispersions in Zeolites -- Novel Dispersions
of Iron in Amorphous Glasslike Carbons: Exploratory Magnetic Studies -- Magnetic Susceptibility of Chalcogenide Glasses -- Long and Short Range Magnetic Interactions and Electric Switching in Highly Doped, “Amorphous” Ferromagnetic
Semiconductors -- Magnetic Ordering in NaCl-Lattices with Structural Disorder -- The Low Temperature Magnetic Properties of Glassy and Crystalline Pd.775Cu.06Si.165 -- Amorphous and Crystalline Selenium — A Mässbauer Effect Study --
Disorder and Strong Correlations in Narrow Energy Bands -- Occurrence of Local Magnetic Moments in Disordered Materials -- Onset of Magnetic Ordering in Random Substitutional Alloys -- Structural Aspects of Magnetic Interactions in
Metallic Spin Glasses -- Low Field Magnetic Susceptibility of Dilute Alloys: Are Dilute CuMn and AuMn Magnetically Ordered? -- Calculations of Superparamagnetic Clustering in Random Alloys of Magnetic Atoms in Nonmagnetic Matrices --
Law and Order in Magnetic Glasses -- Spin Arrangements in Dilute Alloys -- Electrical Resistivity of a Spin-Glass Random Alloy: AuFe -- Nuclear Resonance and Magnetic Ordering in a Random Spin System: (LaGd)A12 -- Occurrence of Local
Moments and Ferromagnetism in Dilute Alloys -- Antiferromagnetic Instability in Substitutional Alloys -- Electrical Resistivity Anomaly in Mictomagnetic Alloys -- Anomalous Magnetic Properties of Mictomagnetic Fe-A1 Alloys -- Amorphous
Magnetism in F.C.C. Vicalloy II -- Magnetic Properties of Amorphous Metallic Alloys -- Anomalies in Amorphous Kondo Alloys -- Some Structural and Magnetic Properties of Amorphous Cobalt-Phosphorus Alloys -- Low Temperature Heat
Capacity of Disordered ZrZn2 -- Ferromagnetism of Amorphous Iron Alloys -- Semi-Classical Theory of Spin Wave Excitations in Amorphous Ferromagnets -- Magnetic Properties, Anomalous Electrical Resistivities, and Specific Heats of
Ordered and Disordered NiPt and Nearby Compositions -- Exchange Interactions in Strongly Paramagnetic Alloys -- Comments on the Hubbard Model of Magnetism in Disordered Transition Metal Alloys -- Amorphous Spin Polarization in a Tb-Fe
Compound -- Neutron Scattering Observation and Theory of Spin-Waves in Disordered Magnetic Insulators -- Comments on Spin-Wave States in Substitutionally Disordered Antiferromagnets -- Amorphous Ferro- and Antiferromagnetism Within an
RPA-CPA Theory -- Spin Waves in an Amorphous Heisenberg Ferromagret -- Density of Spin Wave States for Disordered Cubic Ferromagnets -- Theory of Spin-Waves in a Disordered Heisenberg Ferromagnet -- Cation Disorder and Magnetic
Properties of Certain Garnet Type Crystals
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Keywords: Physics , Solid state physics , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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Title:The Crab Nebula
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Date:1971
Size:1 online resource (470 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-3087-8
Contents:Session 1 / Observations of the Crab Nebula -- 1.1 Optical Observations of the Crab Nebula -- 1.2 Dynamics of the Crab Nebula -- 1.3 The Electromagnetic Spectrum of the Crab Nebula -- 1.4 Searches for ?-Rays from the Crab Nebula and
Its Pulsar -- 1.5 X-Ray Observations of the Crab Nebula -- 1.6 Upper Limit of the X-Ray Polarization of the Crab Nebula -- 1.7 Recent Results on the Search for 1011 eV Gamma Rays from the Crab Nebula -- 1.8 High Resolution Maps of the
Crab Nebula at 2700 MHz and 5000 MHz -- Session 2 / Observations of the Crab Pulsar -- 2.1 Radio Observations of the Crab Nebula Pulsar -- 2.2 X-Ray Observations of NP 0532 -- 2.3 Optical Observations of the Crab Pulsar, and Searches
for Other Optical Pulsars -- 2.4 The Relation of the Low Frequency Source to the Crab Pulsar -- 2.5 Individual Radio Pulses from NP 0531 -- 2.6 Pulsar NP 0532: Recent Results on Strong Pulses Obtained at Arecibo -- 2.7 Radio
Observations of the Crab Pulsar at 408, 240 and 151 MHz -- 2.8 Time Variability of the Dispersion of the Crab Nebula Pulsar -- 2.9 Faraday Rotation of the Crab Pulsar Radiation -- 2.10 Timing of Optical Pulses from the Crab Nebula
Pulsar -- 2.11 Timing Observations of the Crab Nebula Pulsar at the Arecibo Observatory -- 2.12 A Search for Variations in the Intensity of the Optical Pulses from NP 0532 -- 2.13 Results of Optical Timing Measurements of the Crab
Nebula Pulsar -- 2.14 Optical Timing of the Crab Nebula Pulsar NP 0532 (Abstract) -- 2.15 Photometry and Polarimetry of the Crab Pulsar -- 2.16 Measurement of the Circular Polarization of Pulsar NP 0532 -- 2.17 Search for Pulsed High
Energy Gamma Radiation from NP 0532 -- Session 3 / Observations of Other Pulsars -- 3.1 The Galactic Population of Pulsars -- 3.2 The Comparative Properties of the Pulsars -- 3.3 Polarization of Pulsars -- 3.4 Observations of Pulsar
Spectra -- 3.5 Polarization Measurements of Other Pulsars at Jodrell Bank -- 3.6 Crab Pulsar Radiation Characteristics -- 3.7 Timing of the Pulsar NP 0527 -- 3.8 Interstellar Scattering and the Pulse from the Vela Pulsar -- 3.9
Searches for Optical Pulsars -- 3.10 Results of a Search for Visible Pulsars -- 3.11 Magnetism in White Dwarfs -- 3.12 Optical Pulsar in NGC 4254 (Summary) -- Session 4 / Relation of Crab Nebula to Other Supernova Remnants -- 4.1
Comments on Supernova Remnants and Ancient Novae -- 4.2 Radio Emission from Supernova Remnants -- 4.3 Cassiopeia A — the Youngest Known Galactic Supernova Remnant -- 4.4 The Secular Behavior of X-Ray and Radio Emission from Supernova
Remnants -- 4.5 Pulsars and Close Binary Systems -- Session 5 / Physics of the Crab Nebula -- 5.1 Plasma Interactions in the Crab Nebula -- 5.2 Radio Polarization of the Crab Nebula -- 5.3 Transfer of Energy to the Crab Nebula
Following the Spin-Up of the Pulsar -- 5.4 Radiative Ionization of the Filaments in the Crab Nebula -- 5.5 Synchrotron Radiation in High Magnetic Fields -- Session 6 / Physics of the Neutron Star -- 6.1 Physics of the Neutron Star --
6.2 General Relativistic Theory of Rotating Neutron Stars — A Review -- 6.3 Dynamical Stability of Neutron Stars -- 6.4 Models of Rotating Neutron Stars in General Relativity -- 6.5 The Effects of Nuclear Forces on the Maximum Mass
Limit of Neutron Stars -- 6.6 Nuclear Forces in High Density Matter -- 6.7 Periodicity and Luminosity of the ‘Pulsar’ Model of Quasars -- 6.8 Multiple Pulsar Ejection in Supernova Events -- 6.9 Emission of Gravitational Waves from the
Pulsar (Summary) -- 6.10 Young Pulsars — Pulsed Neutron Sources -- Session 7 / Energy Considerations and the Electrodynamic Link between the Pulsar and the Nebula -- 7.1 Relationship between Pulsar and Nebula -- 7.2 A Magnetic Dipole
Model for the Crab Explosion (Summary) -- 7.3 Physical Processes and Parameters in the Magnetosphere of NP 0532 -- 7.4 The Non-Thermal Continuum from the Crab Nebula: the ‘Synchro-Compton’ Interpretation -- 7.5 Maser Theory of Pulsar
Radiation -- Session 8 / Radiation Mechanisms of the Pulsar -- 8.1 The Radiation Mechanism in Pulsars -- 8.2 Pulsar Models and Radiation Properties (Summary) -- 8.3 Low Mode Coherent Synchrotron Radiation and Pulsar Models -- 8.4
Radiation from Pulsars -- 8.5 Radiation Beaming in Pulsars -- 8.6 Low-Frequency Cutoffs in Synchrotron Spectra and the Optical Spectrum of NP 0532 -- 8.7 Pulsar (and X-Star) Emission from the Magnetosphere of a Collapsed Star
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Series:International Astronomical Union / Union Astronomique Internationale, Symposium No. 46 Held at Jodrell Bank, England, August 5–7, 1970 : 46
Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Title:CLEO-c and CESR-c A New frontier of weak and strong interactions
Author(s): CESR-c Taskforce
Date:2001
Publisher:Ithaca, N.Y. : CLNS
Size:258 p
Corp. Author:CESR-c Taskforce
Keywords: Weak interactions (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Strongly interacting particles
Author(s): Riccardo Levi Setti
Thomas Lasinski
Date:1973
Publisher:University of Chicago Press: Chicago
Size:322 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Strongly Interacting Particles
Section A: Classification of Particles and Resonant States - 1. Generalities, 2. Introduction to Unitary Symmetries, 3. The Group SU(2), 4. Application of SU(2) to Elementary Particles, 5. The Group SU(3). 6. SU(3) as a Broken Symmetry, 7. Particle Reactions and Strong Decay Processes, 8. SU(3) Classification of Mesons and Baryons, 9. Quark Models and SU(6)
Section B: Methods in the Study of Particles and Resonant States - 10. Analysis of Formation Experiments, 11. Scattering from Particles with Spin, 12. Low Energy Behaviour of Partial Waves, 13. Coupled Channels, 14. Resonant Behaviour of Partial Wave Amplitudes, 15. Further Topics in Scattering Theory: Unitarity from the 'S-Matrix' Point of View, 16. The K-Matrix, 17. The Reduced K-Matrix, 18. The K-Matrix and Resonances, 19. The Pion-Nucleon Interaction, Baryon Resonances with Zero Strangeness, 20. The K- Nucleon Interactions, Baryon Resonances with Strangeness -1, 21. Sequential Decay of Resonant States
Part II: Introduction to High Energy Phenomenology
Section A: Particle Exchange Processes - 22. Mandelstam Variables, 23. Regge Pole Phenomenology, 24. Regge Poles and Exchange Processes
Section B: Connection between s- and t- Channel Phenomena - 25. Generalities, 26. Forward Dispersion Relations, 27. Odds and Ends of Dispersion Relation Phenomenology, 28. Finite Energy Sum Rules (FESR)
ISBN:9780226474441
Series:Chicago Lectures in Physics
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Charm and beauty production in strong interactions
Author(s): A. Kernan
G. VanDalen
Date:1984
Publisher:North-Holland Physics Publishing: Amsterdam
Size:101 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Theoretical Ideas, 3. Prompt Lepton Signatures of Charm, 4. Mass Peaks, 5. Hadronic Mass Peaks with Lepton Triggers, 6. Vertex Detectors, 7. the Search for Beauty, 8. Summary
Keywords: Effective interactions (Nuclear physics)
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Title:The standard model and beyond
Author(s): Paul Langacker
Date:2017
Edition:Second edition
Publisher:Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group
Size:636 p
Contents:Notation and conventions -- Review of perturbative field theory -- Lie groups, lie algebras, and symmetries -- Gauge theories -- The strong interactions and QCD -- Collider physics -- The weak interactions -- The standard electroweak theory -- Neutr ino mass and mixing -- Beyond the standard model
ISBN:9781498763219
Keywords: Standard model (Nuclear physics)
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Title:An introduction to the standard model of particle physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): W. N. Cottingham
D. A. Greenwood
Date:2007
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:New York : Cambridge University Press
Size:1 online resource
Contents:The particle physicist's view of nature -- Lorentz transformations -- The Lagrangian formulation of mechanics -- Classical electromagnetism -- The Dirac equation and the Dirac field -- Free space solutions of the Dirac equation -- Electrodynamics -- Quantising fields : QED -- The weak interaction : low energy phenomenology -- Symmetry breaking in model theories -- Massive gauge fields -- The Weinberg-Salam electroweak theory for leptons -- Experimental tests of the Weinberg-Salam theory -- The elect romagnetic and weak interactions of quarks -- The hadronic decays of the Z and W bosons -- The theory of strong interactions : quantum chromodynamics -- Quantum chromodynamics : calculations -- The Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix -- Neutrino masses and mixing -- Neutrino masses and mixing : experimental results -- Majorana neutrinos -- Anomalies -- Appendix A : an aide-me.moire on matrices -- Appendix B : the groups of the Standard Model -- Appendix C : annihilation and creation operators -- Appendix D : the par ton model -- Appendix E : mass matrices and mixing.
ISBN:9780521852494
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Keywords: Particles(Nuclear physics) , Standard model (Nuclear physics)
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Title:An Introduction to the standard model of particle physics
Author(s): W. N. Cottingham
Derek A. Greenwood
Date:2007
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: New York
Note:2nd ed.
Contents:1. The Particle Physicist's View of Nature, 2. Lorentz Transformations, 3. The Lagrangian Formulation of Mechanics, 4. Classical Electromagnetism, 5. The Dirac Equation and the Dirac Field, 6. Free Space Solutions of the Dirac Equation, 7. Electrodynamics, 8. Quantising Fields: QED, 9. The Weak Interaction: Low Energy Phenomenology, 10. Symmetry Breaking in Model Theories, 11. Massive Gauge Fields, 12. The Weinberg-Salam Electroweak Theory for Leptons, 13. Experimental Tests of the Weinberg-Salam Theory, 14. The Electromagnetic and Weak Interactions of Quarks, 15. The Hadronic Decays of the Z and W Bosons, 16. The Theory of Strong Interactions: Quantum Chromodynamics, 17. Quantum Chromodynamics: Calculations, 18. The Kobayashi-Maskawa Matrix, 19. Neutrino Masses and Mixing, 20. Neutrino Masses and Mixing: Experimental Results, 21. Majorana Neutrino Fields, 22. Anomalies, Epilogue: Reductionism Complete?
Appendices: A. An Aided-Memoire on Matrices, B. The Groups of the Standard Model, C. Annihilation and Creation Operators, D. The Parton Model, E. Mass Matrices and Mixing
ISBN:9780521852494
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Grand unified theories
Author(s): Graham G. Ross
Date:1984
Publisher:Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co: Menlo Park, Calif
Size:497 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Gauge Field Theories, 3. Quantum Chromodynamics - A Theory for the Strong Interactions, 4. SU(2)xU(1): A Theory for the Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions, 5. SU(5): The Prototype Grand Unified Theory, 6. The Classic Predictions of Grand Unified Theories, 7. Beyond SU(5), 8. Technicolour Theories, 9. Supersymmetry, 10. Supersymmetric Models, 11. Phenomenology of Supersymmetry and Susyguts, 12. Cosmology and Guts
ISBN:0805369678
Series:Frontiers in Physics: no.60
Keywords: Grand unified theories (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Unification and supersymmetry: The Frontiers of quark-lepton physics
Author(s): Rabindra Nath Mohapatra
Date:2003
Edition:3rd ed.
Publisher:Springer-Verlag: New York
Size:421 pgs.
Contents:1. Important Basic Concepts in Particle Physics, 2. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, 3. The SU(2)[sub L] x U(1) Model, 4. CP-Violation: weak and Strong, 5. Grand Unification and the SU(5) Model, 6. Left-Right Symmetric Models of Weak Interactions and Massive Neutrinos, 7. SO(10) Grand Unification, 8. Technicolor and Compositeness, 9. Global Supersymmetry, 10. Field Theories and Global Supersymmetry, 11. Broken Supersymmetry and Applicaiton to Particle Physics, 12. Phenomenology of Supersymmetric Models, 13. Supersymmetric Grand Unification, 14. Local Supersymmetry (N = 1), 15. Application of Supergravity (N = 1) to Particle Physics, 16. Beyond N = 1 Supergravity, 17. Superstrings and Quark-Lepton Physics
ISBN:0387955348
Series:Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics: v.654
Keywords: Grand Unified Theories (Nuclear physics) , Supersymmetry , Particles (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Strong interactions.
Conference:International School of Physics Enrico Fermi
Author(s): International School of Physics Enrico Fermi
Date:1966
Publisher:Academic Press, New York
Size:225
Series:Its Proceeding, course 33 course 38
Keywords: Nuclear reactions.
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Title:Strange particles and strong interactions.
Author(s): Richard Henry Dalitz 1925-
Date:1962
Publisher:Published for the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay [by] Oxford University Press: London
Size:187 pgs.
Contents:1. The Particle States, 2. The Spins of the Strange Particles, 3. The Space-Time Symmetries for Strange Particle Interactions, 4. The Neutral K-Mesons, 5. The Resonant States: A Survey of the Experimental Situation, 6. The Reaction Matrix Theory of Strante Particle Processes, 7. K- -p Interactions at Low Energy, 8. The Production and Properties of the Y1* Resonant States, 9. The Use of Partial Wave Dispersion Relations, 10. The K- Deuterium Absorption Processes, 11. Cusp Phenomena and the Reactions pi + N -> Y + K, 12. The Experimantal Determination of the Parities of Strange Particles, 13. Diuspersion Realtions, Polology and High Energy Collsions
Series:Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Studies in Physics: v.1
Keywords: Nuclear Reactions , Quantum Theory , Strange Particles , Strong Interactions (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Physics with tau leptons
Author(s): Achim Stahl 1962-
Date:2000
Publisher:Springer: New York
Size:316 pgs.
Contents:1. the Tau Lepton and the Third Family, 2. Experimental Aspects, 3. The Static Properties of the Tau, 4. Electroweak Physics a the Z0 Pole, 5. Strong Interactions in Tau Decays, 6. Tau Physics at Hadron Colliders, 7. The Tau Neutrino, 8. the Lorentz Structure of the Charged Current, 9. Searching for CP Vilation, 10. Rare and Forbidden Decays
ISBN:3540662677
Series:Springer Tracts in Modern Physics: v.160
Keywords: Leptons (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Gauge theories of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions
Author(s): Chris Quigg
(Fermilab)
Date:2013
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press
Size:497 p
Contents:Introduction, Lagrangian Formalism and Conservation Laws, The Idea of Gauge Invariance,Non-Abelian Gauge Theories, Hidden Symmetries, Electroweak Interactions of Leptons, Electroweak Interactions of Quarks, Strong Interactions among Quarks, Unified Theories, Epilogue
ISBN:9780691135489
Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics) , Nuclear reactions. , Strong interactions (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Gauge Theories of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions
Author(s): Chris Quigg
(Fermilab)
Date:1983
Publisher:Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program: Reading, Mass
Size:334 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Lagrangian Formalism and Conservation Laws, 3. The Idea of Gauge Invariance, 4. Non-Abelian Gauge Theories, 5. Hidden Symmetries, 6. Electroweak Interactions of Leptons, 7. Electroweak Interactions of Quarks, 8. Strong Interactions Amoung Quarks, 9. Unified Theories
Appendices: A. Notations and Conventions, B. Observables and Feynman Rules, C. Physical Constants and Definitions
ISBN:0805360204
Series:Frontiers in physics: v.56
Keywords: Gauge Fields (Physics) , Nuclear Reactions , Strong Interactions (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Eichtheorien der Starken und Elektroschwachen Wechselwirkung
Author(s): Peter Becher
Manfred Bohm
Hans Joos
Date:1983
Edition:2., durchges. Aufl.
Publisher:Teubner: Stuttgart [Germany]
Size:399 pgs
Contents:1. Phanomenologishe Grundlagen der Eichtheorien der Starken, Elektromagnetischen und Schwachen Wechselwirkung, 2. Quantenchromodynamik, 3. Eichtheorien der Elektroschwachen Wechselwirkung
ISBN:3519130459
Series:Teubner Studienbucher
Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics) , Quantum Chromodynamics , Strong Interactions (Nuclear Physics) , Nuclear Reactions
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Title:Relativistic Particle physics
Author(s): Hartmut M. Pilkuhn
Date:1979
Publisher:Springer Verlag: New York
Size:427 pgs.
Contents:1. One-Particle Problems, 2. Two-Particle Problems, 3. Radiation and Quantum Electrodynamics, 4. The Particle Zoo, 5. Weak Interactions, 6. Analyticity and Strong Interactions, 7. Particular Hadronic Processes, 8. Particular Electromagnetic Processes in Collisions with Atoms and Nuclei
Appendices: A. Some Formulas for Partial Waves and Fermions, B. The Groups SU2 and SU3, C. Units and Particle Tables
ISBN:0387093486
Series:Texts and monographs in physics
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Particles and forces: At the Heart of matter readings from Scientific American magazine
Author(s): R.A. Carrigan (ed.)
W. Peter Trower (ed.)
(Fermilab)
Date:1990
Publisher:W.H. Freeman: New York
Size:237 pgs.
Contents:Section I: Ideas - 1. Elementary Particles and Forces, 2. Quarks with Color and Flavor, 3. The Lattice Theory of Quark Confinement
Section II: Tools - 4. The Next Generation of Particle Accelerators, 5. the Superconducting Super Collider, Appendix: Postscript to Tools
Sections III: Weak Interactions - 6. Heavy Leptons, 7. The Search for Intermediate Vector Bosons
Section IV: Strong Interactions - 8. The Upsilon Particle, 9. Quarkonium, 10. Particles with Naked Beauty
Section V: Now and Beyond - 11. Superstrings, 12. The Structure of Quarks and Leptons, Appendix: Postscript to Now and Beyond
ISBN:0716720701
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:New particles 1985
Author(s): V. Barger
Date:1986
Publisher:World Scientific: New Jersey
Size:353 pgs.
Contents:Top and Bottom Expectations at the CERN P+ P- Collider, Energy Level Spacing in Toponium and the Strong Interaction Coupling Constant, Detecting Toponium, Neutrino Counting at CERN Collider, Baryon Production at the CLEO Detector, Distinctive Signatures for New Particles in e+ e- Annihilation and Z-Decay, New Physics from the Superstring, Large Missing Pt Events and Supersymmetry, The Fourth Generation and N=1 Supergravity, Signatures of Supersymmetry at the CERN Collider, Gluino Production, ASP: A Search for Single Photon Evetns at PEP, Supergravity Constraints on Monojets, Standard Medel Sources of Missing Pt, Dimuon Events a the CERN p+ p- Collider, Production Properties of the Intermediate Vector Bosons at the SPS Collider, Searching the Fourth Generation Quarks and Leptons, The Fourth Generation, Recent Results on New Particle Searches at PEP, Eurojet: A QCD Based Monte Carlo Program Including Perturbatively Calculated Higher Order Processes in p anti-p Interactions, Unexpected Observation of Muons for Cygnus X-3, Observatio of Cygnus X-3 at Energies of 10/11 to 10/13 eV Using the Atomospheric Cherenkov Technique, Cygnus X-3: Is It Unique?, Evidence for Underground Muons for Cygnus X-3, High-Energy Signals for Cygnus X-3: Theory Review, High Energy Neutrinos from CYG X-3, Is Cygnus X-3 Strange?, Comments on Cosmic-Ray Sightings of Cygnus X-3
ISBN:9971500450
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Elementary particles
Author(s): Ian Simpson Hughes 1930-
Date:1991
Edition:3rd ed.
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: New York
Size:431 pgs
Contents:1. Accelerators, Beams and Detectors, 2. Pions and Muons, 3. Conservation Laws, 4. Strong, Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions, 5. Strange Particles, 6. Spin and Parity of the K-Mesons and Non-conservation of Parity in Weak Interactions, 7. Weak Interactions: Basic Ideas, 8. Invariance Under the CP and T Operations, Properties of K0-Mesons, 9. Strongly-Decaying Resonances, 10. SU(3) and the Quark Model: Classification and Dynamic Probes, 11. Weak Interactions and Weak-Electromagnetic Unification, 12. New Flavours, 13. Quark and Gluon Interactions, 14. Higher Symmetries, 15. Parivle Physics and Cosmology, 16. Epilogue
Appendices: A. Relativistic Kinematics and Phase Space, B. Clebsch-Gordan Coeffiecints and Particle Properties
ISBN:0521404029
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) , Cosmology , Nuclear astrophysics
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Title:The Ideas of particle physics: An Introduciton for scientists
Author(s): G. D. Coughlan
James Dodd
B. M. Gripaios
Date:2006
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK
Note:3rd ed.
Contents:Introduction, 1. Basic Particle Physics, 2. Strong Interaction Physics, 3. Weak Interaction Physics I, 4. Weak Interaction Physics II, 5. Gauge Theory of the Weak Interactions, 6. Deep Inelastic Scattering, 7. Quantum Chromodynamics - the Theory of Quarks, 8. Electron-Positron Collisions, 9. The Standard Model and Beyond, Appendices
ISBN:0521677750
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:The ideas of particle physics : an introduction for scientists
Author(s): G.D. Coughlan
J.E. Dodd
Date:1991
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [England
Contents:Basic particle physics Strong interaction physics Weak interaction physics I Weak interaction physics II Gauge theory of the weak interactions Deep inelastic scattering Quantum chromodynamics - the theory of quarks Electron-positron collisions Research in progress
ISBN:0521385067
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Particle Physics and Cosmology
Author(s): P.D.B. Collins
Alan D. Martin
E.J. Squires
Date:1989
Publisher:Wiley: New York
Size:496 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction to the Standard Model, 2. Gauge Theories, 3. Strong Interaction Symmetries, 4. Electroweak Interactions: The SU92) X U(1) Model, 5. Anomalies, and the AXial U(1) and Theta Problems, 6. Tests of the Standard Model, 7. Grand Unified Theories, 8. Technicolor, 9. Composite Models, 10. Supersymmetry, 11. General Relativity, 12. Supergravity, 13. Higher-Dimensional Theories, 14. Strings Theories, 15. cosmology, 16. Inflationary Cosmology, 17. Topological Defects and Cosmology, 18. Astronomical Sources of High-Energy Particles
ISBN:0471600881
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Elementary particle physics: An Introduction
Author(s): David C. Cheng
Gerard K. O'Neill
Date:1979
Publisher:Addison-Wesley, Advanced Book Program: Reading, Mass
Size:423 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Introduction - 1. History and Terminology, 2. Relativistic Collsions
Part II: Electromagnetic Interactions - 3. Electromagnetic Interactions of the Leptons, 4. Electromagnetic Form Factors of the Hadrons, 5. Inelastic Electorn-Proton Scattering
Part III: the weak Interactions - 6. the Hostorical Development of Weak Interaction Physics, 7. The V-A Current-Current Interaction Theory, 8. Strangeness-Changing and Charm-Changing Weak Interactions, 9. K0 Mesons, 10. High-Energy Neutrino Interactions
Part IV: The Strong Interactions - 11. Dispersion Relations, 12. The Strong Interaction Coupling Constant, 13. The Classification of Hadrons, 14. SU2 and SU3, 15. The Octet in SU3, 16. SU3 Applications and SU4, 17. The Quark Model, 18. SU6 and Symmetrization, 19. Quark Model Applications, 20. Regge Poles
Appendices: A. C,P, and T Transformations, B. The Boson Mixing Angles and Mass Formulas
ISBN:0201054639
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:The strong interactions : proceedings of Summer Institute on Particle Physics, July 27-August 7, 1981
Conference:Summer Institute on Particle Physics, 1981
Author(s): Summer Institute on Particle Physics (9th : 1981)
Anne Mosher
Date:1982
Publisher:SLAC, Stanford, Calif
Size:708
Series:SLAC report no. 245
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Congresses. , Conference proceedings , Conferences
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Title:Subatomic physics
Author(s): Hans Frauenfelder 1922-
Ernest M. Henley
Date:1991
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Prentice Hall: Englewood Cliffs, N.J
Size:601 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Tools - 1. Backgound and Language, 2. Accelerators, 3. Passge of Radiation Through Matter, 4. Detectors
Part II: Particles and Nuclei - 5. The Subatomic Zoo, 6. Structure of Subatomic Particles
Part III: Symmetries and Conservation Laws - 7. Additive Conservation Laws, 8. Angular Momentum and Isospin, 9. P, C, and T
Part IV: Interactions - 10. The Electromagnetic Interaction, 11. The Weak Interaction, 12. Introduction to Gauge Theories, 13. The Electroweak Theory, 14. Hadronic Interactions
Part V: Models - 15. Quarks, Mesons, and Baryons, 16. Liquid Drop Model, Fermi Gas Model, Heavy Ions, 17. The Shell Model, 18. Collective Model, 19. Nuclear Astrophysics
Appendices: 1. The Most Frequently Used Constants, 2. A More Complete Colleciton of constants, 3. Properties of Particles Stable Under Strong Decays, 4. A Partial List of Mesons, 5. A Selected List of Baryons, 6. Periodic Table of the Elements, 7. Cumulated Index to A-Chains, 8. Spherical Harmonics
ISBN:0138594309
Keywords: Nuclear physics , Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:An introduction to nuclear physics
Author(s): W.N. Cottingham
D.A. Greenwood
Date:1986
Publisher:Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]
Size:210 pgs.
Contents:1. Prologue 2. Leptons and the Electromagnetic and Weak Interactions 3. Nucleons and the Strong Interaction 4. Nuclear Sizes and Nuclear Masses 5. Ground State Properties of Nuclei: The Shell Model 6. Alpha Decay and Spontaneous Fission 7. Excited States of Nuclei 8. Nuclear Reactions 9. Power from Nuclear Fission 10. Nuclear Fusion 11. Nucleosynthesis in Stars 12. Beta Decay and Gamma Decay 13. The Passage of Energetic Particles Through Matter
ISBN:0521265800
Keywords: Nuclear physics.
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Title:A brilliant darkness: The extraordinary life and disappearance of Ettore Majorana, the troubled genius of the nuclear age
Author(s): Joo Magueijo
Date:2009
Publisher:New York : Basic Books
Size:280 p.
Contents:Prologue : a moment of fatigue or moral discomfort -- Life : the grand inquisitor. The attic of 251 Via Etnea -- Nuclear crisis -- Frankenstein's youth -- Poltergeist exposed -- Bread and sperm -- Strong interactions -- Meet Ettore Majorana -- Boys will be boys -- Neutrinos from Transylvania -- Ode to the vanquished -- Creation and annihilation -- The serpent's egg -- His unfinished symphony -- The hand that rocks the cradle -- Stellar collapse -- Artichokes -- Meanwhile, at Via Panisperna -- The crepuscule of Via Panisperna -- Ettore's neutrino -- The quiet before the storm -- The search party -- Afterlife : the dark matter. Pagliacci -- A pirandellian intermezzo -- Don't cry for him, Argentina -- They thought the sun was sick -- The sign of the beast -- Ettore Majorana -- A vote of silence -- Epilogue : Mediterranean whales.
ISBN:9780465009039
Keywords: Majorana, Ettore. , Majorana, Ettore Legends. , Nuclear physicists Italy Biography. , Physics Italy History 20th century. , Neutrinos.
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Title:An Introduction to elementary particles
Author(s): William S.C. Williams
Date:1971
Edition:2d ed.
Publisher:Academic Press: New York
Size:530 pgs.
Contents:1. Quantum Mechanics, 2. Angular Momentum, 3. Scattering and Reaction Theory, 4. Energy Dependence in scattering, 5. Symmetry, Isotopic Spin, and Hypercharge, 6. Parity, Time Reversal, Charge Conjugation, and G-Parity, 7. The Bosons, 8. The Baryons, 9. Unitary Symmetry, 10. Filed Theory, 11. Weak Interactions, 12. Strong Interactions, 13. The Electromagnetic Interaction of Hadrons, 14. The Neutral Kaons and CP Conservation
Appendices: A. Functions of a Complex Variable, B. Relativistic Kinematics, C. Phase Space, D. Dirac Matrix Elements, E. Tables of Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients and of Rotation Matrix Elements
Series:Pure and applied physics: v.12
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Invariance Principles and elementary particles
Author(s): Jun John Sakurai 1933-1982
Date:1964
Publisher:Princeton University Press: Princeton, N.J
Size:326 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Continuous Space-Time Transformations, 3. Parity, 4. Time Reversal, 5. Charge Conjugation, 6. Strong Relfection and the CPT Theorem, 7. Gamma 5 Invariance and Weak Interactions, 8. Gauge Transformations and 'Number Laws', 9. Isospin and Related Topics (S=0), 10. Isospin and Related Topics (S does not equal 0), 11. unsolved Problems
Appendices: A. Useful Tables of Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients, B. Dirac Matrices, C. Physical Constants
Series:Investigations in physics: 10
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:The Physics of elementary particles
Author(s): Hugh Muirhead
Date:1965
Publisher:Pergamon Press: New York
Size:737 pgs.
Contents:1. The Discovery and Classification of the Elementary Particles, 2. The Intrinsic Properties of the Particles, 3. Preliminaries to a Quantised Field Theory, 4. The Quantum Thoery of Non-Interacting Fields, 5. The Symmetry Properties of Free Fields, 6. The Interaction of Fields I: Wave Functions, Phase Shifts and Potentials, 7. The Interaction of Fields II: The S-Matrix, 8. The Interaction of Fields III: Specific Formns for the S-Matrix, 9. The Interaction of Fields IV: The Invariance Properties of Interacting Systems, 10. The Interaction of Fields V: Dispersion Relations and Related Topics, 11. Electromagnetic Interactions, 12. The Weak Interactions, 13. Strong Interactions I: Resonances and Strange Particles, 14. Strong Interactions II: Reactions
Appendices: 1. Notation, 2. Units, 3. Matrices, 4. Tensors, 5. Matrices, 6. Functions, 7. Spherical Functions, 8. coordinate Systems, 9. Data
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Elementary particle physics.
Author(s): Gunnar Kallen 1926-1968
Date:1964
Publisher:Addison-Wesley Pub. Co: Reading, Mass
Size:546 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Introductory Remarks - 1. Introduction, 2. Masses of Elementary Particles
Part II: Strong Interactions of Nonstrange Particles - 3. Quantum Numbers of the Pi-Meson, 4. Scattering of Pi-Mesons by Nucleons, 5. Formal Theory of Pi-Meson Nucleon Scattering, 6. Photoproduction of Pi-Mesons, 7. Multiple Production of Pi-Mesons in Pi-Meson Nucleon Collisons and In Proton-Antiproton Annihilation, 8. Electromagnetic Form Factors of Nucleons
Part III: Strong Interactions of Strange Particles - 9. Quantum Numbers of Strange Particles, 10. Scattering of K-Mesons by Nucleons, 11. Resonances with Nonvanishing Strangeness
Part IV: Weak Interactions - 12. Symmetry Operations, 13. Theory of Beta-Decay, 14. Weak Interactions of the Mu-Particle, 15. Weak Interactions of the Pi-Meson, 16. Weak Interactions of K-Mesons, 17. Weak Interactions of Baryons
Appendices: I. Angular Momentum, II. The dirac Equation, III. Second Quantiztion
Series:Addison-Wesley series in advanced physics: 14
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Elementary particle physics.
Author(s): Stephen Gasiorowicz
Date:1966
Publisher:John Wiley and Sons: New York
Size:613 pgs
Contents:Part I: Introduction to Quantum Field Theory - 1. The Scalar Field, 2. The Dirac Field, 3. Vector Mesons and Photons, 4. Lorentz Invariance and Spin, 5. Fields in Interaction, 6. The Scattering Matrix, 7. Reduciton Formulas, 8. Perturbation Theory, 9. The Feynman Graph Rules
Part II: Topics in Quantum Electrodynamics - 10. The Compton Effect and Related Processes, 11. The Scattering of Electrons and Positrons, 12. Bremsstrahlung and Related Processes, 13. Higher Order Terms in Perturbation Theory
Part III: The Strong Interactions - 14. The Baryons, 15. The Pseudoscalar Mesons, 16. Charge Independence and Strangeness, 17. Unitary Symmetry, 18. The Eighfold Way, 19. Baryon Resonances, 20. Boson Resonances, 21. Properties of S-Matrix Elements I.: Unitarity, 22. Properties of S-Matrix Elements II.: Analyticity, 23. Pion-Nucleon Scattering and the Forward Scattering Dispersion Relations, 24. Properties of Partial Wave Amplitudes, 24. The Dynamical Origin of Resonances, 26. form Factors, 27. One-Particle Exchange Mechanism, 28. Elastic Scattering at High Energies
Part IV: The Weak Interactions - 29. Classical Theory of Beta Decay, 30. Partity, Charge Conjugation and Time Reversal, and Tests for their Validity, 31. The Form of the Beta Interaction, 32. Weak Interactions of Strange Particles I. Selection Rules and Symmetries, and the Properties of Neutral K-Mesons in Decay, 33. Weak Interactions of Strange Particles II. Nonleptonic and Leptonic Decays, 34. Donserved and Partially Conserved Currents
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:High energy physics
Author(s): Eric Henry Stoneley Burhop (ed.)
Date:1967
Publisher:Academic Press: New York
Size:5 Volumes
Contents:Volume I: High Energy Physics - Quantum Theory and Elementary partilces: Victor F. Weisskopf, Nucleon-Nucleon scattering: G. Breit and R.D. Haracz, Pion-Nucleon Interactions: J. Hamilton, Electromagnetic Form Factors: T.A. Griffy and L.I. Schiff, Unitary Symmetry: P.T. Matthews
Volume II: Analysis of Present Evidence on the Validity of Quantum electrodynamics: R. Gatto, High Energy Strong Interactions of Elementary Particles: L. Bertocchi and E. Ferrari, Peripheral Processes: A.C. hearn and S.D. Drell, Interactions at Very High Energies: J.M. Kidd, Neutrino Physics: Leion M. Lederman, Hypernuclear Physics: D.H. Davis and J. Sacton
Volume III: The K Meson-Nucleon Interaction: B.H. Bransden, Mesonic Atoms: E.H.S. Burhop, Weak Interactioin Physics: C. Rubbia
Volume IV: The Elemantary Particles with Strong Interactions Part I: The Baryon Systems: Donald H. Miller, The Elementary Particles with Stron Interactions Part II: The Meson Systems: Donald H. Miller, Antinucleon-Nucleon Interactions: R. Armenteros and B. French
Volume V: Photo-Electroproduction Processes: A. Donnachie, Regge Phenomenology: R.J.N. Phillips and G.A. Ringland, Analysis of Present Evidence on the Validity of Quantum electrodynamics: R. Gatto
ISBN:01214430515
Series:Pure and applied physics: v.25
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Extreme states of matter in strong interaction physics: an introduction
Author(s): Helmut Satz
Date:2012
Publisher:New York : Springer Verlag
Size:239 p
Contents:The Analysis of Dense Matter -- The Physics of Complex Systems -- The Limits of Hadron Physics -- From Hadrons to Quarks -- Statistical QCD -- Broken Symmetries -- The QCD Phase Diagram -- The Quark-Gluon Plasma -- The Little Bang -- Probing the Qua rk-Gluon Plasma -- The Fireball Paradigm -- The Event Horizon of Confinement -- Outlook.
ISBN:9783642239076
Series:Lecture notes in physics, 0075-8450 v 841
Keywords: Thermodynamic equilibrium , Quantum chromodynamics , Strong interactions (Nuclear physics)
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Call number:QC174.45.U54::2001 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Selected papers of Hiroomi Umezawa
Author(s): Hiroomi Umezawa 1924-1995
Toshihiko Arimitsu d 1952-, (ed.)
Date:2001
Publisher:Dept. of Physics, Gakushuin University, Tokyo
Size:557 pgs.
Contents:Summary of Hiroomi Umezawa's Work, 1. An Essay onThermal Physics, 2. The Problem of Vacuum Polarization, 3. Some General Formulae Relating to Vacuum Polarization, 4. Vacuum Polarization due To Various Charged Particles, 5. On the Applicability of the Method of the Mixed Fields in the Theory of Elementary Particles. 6. Applicability of the Renormalization Theory and the Structure of Elementary Particles, 7. The Vacuum in Quantum Electrodynamics, 8. On the Structure of the Interactions of the Elemenatary Particles I, 9. On the Structure of the Interactions of the Elementary Partices II, On the Time Reversal in the Quantized Field Theory, 11. Commutation Relations betwee Different Fields, 12. Commutation Relations and Relativistic Wave Equations, 13. High Energy Behavior of Renormalizable Fields, 14. Quantum Statistics of Fields and Multiple Production of Mesons, 15. The Hyperon Decays and the Structure of Interactions, 16. On the Strong Interaction, 17. On the Redundant Solutions of the Bethe-Salpeter Equation, 18. The Rearrangement of Symmetries in Dynamical Maps, 19. Brain and Physics and Many-Body Problems, 20. The Boson Method in Superconductivity:Application to the Study of Vortex, 21. The Formulation of Spontaneous Breakdown in the Path-Integral Methods, 22. Behavior of Type-II Superconductors Around Ker, 23. Derivation and Application of the Boson Method in Superconductivity
24. Spontaneous Breakdown of a Non-Abelian Symmetry, 25. Thermo Field Dynamics, 26. Mixed State in A-15 Structure Superconductors: Finite Temperature, 27. Dynamical Rearrangement of Symmetry in Quantum Electrodynamics, 28. A Self-Consistent Field Theory of Crystals, 29. On the Stability and Non-Local Properties of Memory, 30. Spin-Spiral Ordering in Magnetic Superconductors, 31. Spin Fluctuation and Ultrasonic Attenuation in Magnetic Superconductors, 32. Position Operators for Extended Objects in Quantum Field Theory, 33. Thermo Field Dynamics in Interaction Representation, 34. Renormalization Group at Finite Temperature, 35. The Nature of the Zero-Energy Singularity in Supersymmetry Breakdown at Finite Temperature, 36. The Theory of Ferromagnetic Superconductors, 37. A General Formulation of Nonequilibrium Thermo Field Dynamics, 38. General Structure of Non-Equilibrium Thermo Field Dynamics, 39. dissipative Quantum Field Theory - Thermo Field Dynamics, 40. Micro, Macro and Thermal Concepts in Quantum Field Theory, 41. Relation between Quantum and Thermal Fluctuation, 42. Time-Space Dependent Formulation in Thermofield Dynamics, 43. Thermo Field Dynamics in Time Representation, 44. Gamow-Teller States and Broken SU(4) Symmetry, 45. Renormalization and Boltzmann Equations in Thermal Quantum Field Theory
Keywords: Quantum field theory. , Particles (Nuclear Physics) , Condensed Matter
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