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Introduction to physics of elementary particles.

9781600212000

Introduction to physics of elementary particles.

Boyarkin, O.M.

Nova Science Publishers

2007

244 pages

$129.00

Hardcover

QC793

Boyarkin (no credentials given) provides a textbook on the fundamental interactions of elementary particles for physics students. It covers the main directions of their unification, basic theoretical ideas and experiments, the general scheme of building up the theory of interacting fields, and principles of operation and designs of accelerators, neutrino telescopes, and elementary particle detectors. Knowledge of the basics of non-relativistic quantum mechanics and the special theory of relativity is assumed. Awkward grammar and errors suggest that the author's first language is not English.

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