By G. D. Coughlan, J. E. Dodd
This is often the second one version of a ebook that has already been good bought as a transparent and readable advent to particle physics. It bridges the space among conventional textbooks at the topic and the preferred debts which imagine very little historical past within the actual sciences at the a part of the reader. the 1st variation has been conscientiously revised all through to supply an up to date and accomplished evaluate of this attention-grabbing topic. There also are 4 thoroughly new chapters masking quantum gravity, super-unification, the connection among particle physics and cosmology, and superstrings. old advancements are mentioned, including crucial fresh experiments, and the theoretical improvement of the topic is traced from its foundations in relativity and quantum mechanics via to the very most modern theories. The ebook is meant for someone with a historical past within the actual sciences who needs to profit approximately particle physics. it's going to even be of price to scholars of physics wishing to achieve an introductory review of the topic ahead of setting out to the main points of the formalism.
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