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Hadronic physics; proceedings.
Joint Meeting Heidelberg-Liege-Paris-Rostock for Hadronic Physics (2004: Spa, Belgium Spa is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Liège, in the French speaking part of Belgium. It is situated in a romantic valley amid hills which form part of the Ardennes chain, some 35 km (22 miles) southeast of Liege, and 45 km (28 miles) southwest of Aachen. ) Ed. by Jean-Philippe Lansberg et al.
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A December 2004 meeting focused on current theoretical problems at the junction of particle and nuclear physics. Papers from the meeting, presented here, discuss the spectroscopy of quark quark (kwôrk): see elementary particles.
Any of a group of subatomic particles thought to be among the fundamental constituents of matter—more specifically, of protons and neutrons. bound states, including the newly observed 5-quark system, and calculation of the effects of high temperature and/or density on strong interactions (with applications to astrophysics astrophysics, application of the theories and methods of physics to the study of stellar structure, stellar evolution, the origin of the solar system, and related problems of cosmology. and cosmology). They also cover progress in the description of electron-proton scattering at short distances and in elastic and quasi-elastic scattering. Fundamental questions such as the non-observation of colored states and the generation of mass are also explored. There is no subject index.
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