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Particle Physics Part II-Handout 5 2004-Physics

The ELECTROMAGNETIC, STRONG, and WEAK interactions are all mediated by VECTOR (spin-1) fields. In the massless limit, the fundamental fermion states are eigenstates of the helicity operator.Thomson, Particle Physics, Spin, Helicity, Dirac Equation...

Particle Physics Part II-Handout 7 2004-Physics

Glashow (1961), Weinberg (1967) and Salam (1968) model treats EM and WEAK interactions as different manifestations of a UNIFIED force.ELECTROWEAK, UNIFICATION, AXIAL-VECTOR, Standard, Model, Vertices, Drawing, Feynman Diagrams, lepton, baryon, Exp...

Particle Physics Part II-Handout 6 2004-Physics

For massive fermions the weak interaction couples preferentially to LEFT-HANDED particles and RIGHT-HANDED anti-particles.Thomson, Particle Physics, Weak, Interaction,CHARGE, CURRENT, NEUTRAL, BOSON, SELF-INTERACTION, Fermi Theory, fermion, recoil...

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Particle Physics Part II-Handout 5 2004-Physics

The ELECTROMAGNETIC, STRONG, and WEAK interactions are all mediated by VECTOR (spin-1) fields. In the massless limit, the fundamental fermion states are eigenstates of the helicity operator.Thomson, Particle Physics, Spin, Helicity, Dirac Equation...

Particle Physics Part II-Handout 7 2004-Physics

Glashow (1961), Weinberg (1967) and Salam (1968) model treats EM and WEAK interactions as different manifestations of a UNIFIED force.ELECTROWEAK, UNIFICATION, AXIAL-VECTOR, Standard, Model, Vertices, Drawing, Feynman Diagrams, lepton, baryon, Exp...

Particle Physics Part II-Handout 6 2004-Physics

For massive fermions the weak interaction couples preferentially to LEFT-HANDED particles and RIGHT-HANDED anti-particles.Thomson, Particle Physics, Weak, Interaction,CHARGE, CURRENT, NEUTRAL, BOSON, SELF-INTERACTION, Fermi Theory, fermion, recoil...

Particle Physics Part II-Handout 8 2004-Physics

By making precise measurements we are sensitive to particles which are not being produced directly - thus placing constraints on possible new particles/physics beyond the Standard Model.Standard, Model, Beyond, Quark, Atmospheric, Neutrino, Oscill...

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Particle Physics Part III-Handout 03 2004-Physics

“Classical picture” – particles act as sources for fields which give rise a potential in which other particles scatter – “action at a distance”. Particle, Exchange, QED, Lorentz, Invariant, Feynman, Diagrams, Virtual, Quantum, Electrodynamics, Ru...