High Energy Phenomenology
K.J Peach, L.L.J Vick
CRC Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Science - 5875 pages
A collection of lectures from eight authoritative speakers, High Energy Phenomenology is a concise introduction for postgraduates new to the field and provides a comprehensive overview of important research activities, results, and future directions for existing researchers. Coverage includes Ian Aitchison's introduction of standard model foundations, HERA physics, the physics and experimental challenges of future hadron colliders, and particle physics and cosmology. The book concludes with Alain Blondel's chapter on precision tests of the standard electroweak model at LEP.
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