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Elementary Particles details the fundamental concepts that are essential in understanding elementary particles. The book first discusses the concept of elementary particles, and then proceeds to covering the prediction of the positron by Dirac and its experimental discovery. Next, the selection talks about nucleons and pions, along with beta-disintegration and the discovery of the neutrino. The next chapter deals with the problem of non-conservation of parity. The last chapter covers resonons. The book will be of great interest to physicists, particularly those who specialize in quantum mechanics.
Chapter I Introduction
Chapter II Principles and Practices
Chapter III Arsenic
Chapter IV Chlorine (and Bromine)
Chapter V Copper
Chapter VI Iron
Chapter VII Lead
Chapter VIII Nickel
Chapter IX Nitrogen
Chapter X Phosphorus
Chapter XI Sodium and Potassium
Chapter XII Sulfur
Chapter XIII Vanadium
Chapter XIV Other Elements
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- © Pergamon 1964
- 1st January 1964
- eBook ISBN:
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