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QCD and Heavy Quarks: In Memoriam Nikolai Uraltsev.


QCD and Heavy Quarks: In Memoriam Nikolai Uraltsev

Edited by Ikaros I. Bigi, Paolo Gambino, and Thomas Mannel

World Scientific


218 pages




Colleagues in the phenomenological particle physics community commemorate Uraltsev's work with nine original papers on quantum chromodynamics (QCD). The topics include new and old about renormalons, moments in inclusive semileptonic B meson decays at the Belle Experiment, lifetimes and heavy quark expansion, and exclusive decays in the heavy quark expansion: from models to real QCD. The volume also reproduces three of his articles on new exact heavy quark sum rules, QCD predictions for lepton spectra in inclusive heavy flavor decays, and high power n of mb in b-flavored widths and n equals five to the limit of infinity. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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