Landolt-Börnstein - Group I Elementary Particles, Nuclei and Atoms
Volume 10 1988

Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation

Editors: H. Schopper
ISBN: 978-3-540-18379-2 (Print) 978-3-540-47931-4 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b33547

Table of contents (54 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · 1 Outline

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    2.1 Quantum electrodynamics

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    2.2 Non-Abelian gauge invariance

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    2.3 The Higgs-Kibble mechanism for mass generation

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    2.4 Quantum flavourdynamics

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    2.5 Feynman-rules and renormalization

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    2.6 Quantum chromodynamics

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    2.7 Confrontation of theory and experiment

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · 3.1 Leptons

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · 3.2.1 History

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    3.2.2 Quark properties

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    3.2.3 The charmed quark

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    3.2.4 The beauty (bottom) quark

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    3.2.5 The top quark

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    4.2 Discovery of W and Z

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    4.3 Properties of W and Z

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    4.4 Confrontation with QFD

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · 4.5 Conclusions

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    5 The Higgs sector

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    6.1 The electromagnetic current

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · 6.2.1 Discovery

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    6.2.2 Properties and definitions

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    6.2.3.1 Neutrino experiments

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    6.2.3.2 Experiments at (e+) (e-) colliders

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    6.2.4.1 Neutrino experiments

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    6.2.4.2 Inelastic electron-deuteron scattering

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    6.2.4.4 Experiments at (e+) (e-) colliders

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    6.2.4.5 Deuterium disintegration by nü(bar){e}

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    6.2.4.7 Parity violation in atoms

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · 6.3.1 Properties

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    6.3.2 Classification of processes

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    6.3.3 Purely leptonic processes

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    6.3.4.1 Phenomenology

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    6.3.4.2 Neutron and nuclear beta-decay

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    6.3.4.3 Hyperon beta-decay

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    6.3.4.4 Light meson decays

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    6.3.4.5 Heavy quark decays

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    6.3.4.6 Tau lepton decays

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    6.3.5.1 High energy neutrino beams

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    6.3.5.2 Phenomenology of deep inelastic nü N-scattering

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    6.3.5.3 Total cross sections

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    6.3.5.4 Helicity conservation

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    6.3.5.5 Testing the charm-changing current

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    6.3.5.6 Sum rules and PCAC tests

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    6.3.6 Purely hadronic processes

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    6.3.7 The weak quark mixing matrix

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    6.3.8 CP-violation and M{0} - M(bar){0} mixing

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    6.3.9 Conclusions

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    7.1 Forbidden processes

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    7.2 Open problems in QFD

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    7.3 New directions

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · A - F

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · F - Z

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    Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation · 9 Subject index

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