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Annual review of nuclear and particle science; v.55, 2005.


Annual review of nuclear and particle science; v.55, 2005.

Ed. by Boris Kayser et al.

Annual Reviews


590 pages




Exploring the interface of nuclear and particles physics, the 13 articles in this collection review recent experiments involving ultra-peripheral nuclear collisions, direct photon production and femtoscopy in relativistic heavy ion collisions, and small-x hard QCD physics. Other contributors highlight the scientific opportunities offered by a high energy electron-ion collider, construct a little Higgs theory, introduce intersecting D-brane models, and explore the hypothesis that the generation of a primordial lepton-antilepton asymmetry (Leptogenesis) is the origin of matter.

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