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Electroweak Theory

by E. A. Paschos

  • 245 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Particle & high-energy physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Nuclear Physics,
  • Science / Nuclear Physics,
  • Electroweak interactions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7767129M
    ISBN 100521860989
    ISBN 109780521860987

    Salam provided a theory that shows the unification of two fundamental forces of nature, weak nuclear forces and the electromagnetic forces, one into another. Glashow had also formulated the same work, and the theory was combined in In , Salam proved the electroweak unification theory mathematically, and finally published the papers.   The electroweak theory unifies two basic forces of nature: the weak force and electromagnetism. This book is a concise introduction to the. Concise introduction to electroweak theory for graduate students and researchers in elementary particle physics.

    Electroweak theory. The Standard Model of particle physics describes the electromagnetic interaction and the weak interaction as two different aspects of a single electroweak interaction. This theory was developed around by Perseus Books. ISBN. Introduction to the Physics of Electroweak Interactions is a six-chapter book that first elucidates the deep-inelastic and elastic lepton scattering on nucleons (both cases of polarized and nonpolarized initial particles). Subsequent chapter presents a brief history of the construction of the phenomenological V-A weak interaction Hamiltonian.

    Supersymmetry and String Theory: Beyond the Standard Model by Michael Dine and Supersymmetry: Theory, Experiment, and Cosmology by Pierre Binétruy differ from earlier supersymmetry books (see my review in Physics Today, December , page 62)—most importantly by including the perspective of the high-energy, fundamental theory in an essential way. The presumed high-energy theory is string. In Chapter 10 we 4 Electroweak Interactions: the 5(7(2) X 17(1) Model 79 Weak Interactions, 79 The Need for a Gauge Theory, Introduction to the Standard Interaction oweak Interactions: The SU(2) x U(1) ies, and the Axial U(1) and Theta; of the Standard Unified ite l -Dimensional s ionary 5/5(1).


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Electroweak Theory by E. A. Paschos Download PDF EPUB FB2

The electroweak theory unifies two basic forces of nature: the Electroweak Theory book force and electromagnetism.

This book is a concise introduction to the structure of the electroweak theory and its applications. It describes the structure and properties of field theories with global and local symmetries, leading to the construction of the standard by:   The electroweak theory unifies two basic forces of nature: the weak force and electromagnetism.

This book is a concise introduction to the structure of the electroweak theory and its applications. It describes the structure and properties of field theories with global and local symmetries, leading to the construction of the standard model/5(2).

This Electroweak Theory book a remarkably good book, which I found in a university bookstore in Prague. The author has developed it from a course he taught at Charles University to senior undergraduates for a number of years.

Written in fluent English, it describes the electroweak theory logically and plainly, with abundant illustrations, examples, and by: 4. " Electroweak Interactions by Luciano Maiani is an elegantly written graduate-level textbook, reviewing the unification of the weak and electromagnetic interactions that constitute the Standard Model of particle physics.

The electroweak theory unifies two basic forces of nature: the weak force and electromagnetism. This book is a concise introduction to the structure of the electroweak theory and its applications. It describes the structure and properties of field theories with global and local symmetries, leading to the construction of the standard model.

This short book approaches quantum field theory via the study of a selection of important papers in QED, electroweak theory and QCD. It places emphasis on Fermi and Bethe’s original papers involving the non-covariant formulation of QED; their formalism is transparent and played an historically important role in the development of QFT.

Two subjects are clearly separated which cover dynamics of the electroweak and strong interactions, but basso continuo throughout the book is a bridge between theory and experiments. All the basic formulas are derived from the first principle, and corrections to meet the experimental accuracy are explained.

The electroweak theoretical framework is presented in Sections 3 and 4, which discuss the gauge structure and the SSB mechanism, respectively. Section 5 summarizes the present phenomenological status and shows the main precision tests performed.

The electroweak Lagrangian can be written out in terms of the physical weak and electromagnetic currents: g √ 2 (J−W+ +J+W−)+ g cosθW (J3 −sin2 θ W J EM)Z0 + eJEMA0 The first terms describe W± couplings with strength g The last term describes photon couplings with strength e The middle term describes the neutral Z0 coupling.

The book begins with the identification of the weak hadronic current with the isotopic spin current, Yang–Mills theory, and the first electroweak theory of Glashow. It discusses spontaneous breaking of a global symmetry and a local symmetry, covering the Goldstone theorem, Brout–Englert–Higgs mechanism, and the theory of Weinberg and cturer: CRC Press.

This book describes the theory of electroweak interactions, starting from a level understandable to students with only a first degree in physics. This theory, the Glashow–Salam–Weinberg (GSW) model, unifies the weak and electromagnetic forces of nature and gives a detailed description of the interactions between quarks and leptons, the.

The book begins with the identification of the weak hadronic current with the isotopic spin current, Yang–Mills theory, and the first electroweak theory of Glashow.

It discusses spontaneous breaking of a global symmetry and a local symmetry, covering the Goldstone theorem, Brout–Englert–Higgs mechanism, and the theory of Weinberg and Salam. The electroweak theory unifies two basic forces of nature: It describes the structure and properties of field theories with global and local symmetries, leading to the construction of the standard model.

It describes the particles and processes predicted by the theory, and compares them with experimental results. On such is electroweak theory based. Kibble also referred to Nick Kemmer extending the symmetry to pions, and to a next step taken by Murray Gell-Mann and by Yuval Ne’eman, a student of Salam’s at Imperial.

They each proposed a larger symmetry now known as the eightfold way. "Electroweak Theory describes the structure and properties of field theories with global and local symmetries, leading to the construction of the standard model.

The greater part of the book explains the basic predictions of the theory. It describes the new particles and processes predicted by the theory, and compares them with experimental. The SU (2) × U(1) part of the SM is known as the electroweak theory (Weinberg, Salam, Glashow), since it describes the weak and EM interactions.

The multiplet structure of the quarks, leptons, and the electroweak gauge bosons as given in Table XI. The gauge boson part of the Lagrangian under this symmetry is given by. Electroweak theory, in physics, the theory that describes both the electromagnetic force and the weak force.

Superficially, these forces appear quite different. The weak force acts only across distances smaller than the atomic nucleus, while the electromagnetic force can extend for great distances (as observed in the light of stars reaching across entire galaxies), weakening only with the square of the distance.

Electroweak theory has great predictive power. For example, it successfully predicted the masses of force-carrying particles of the weak interaction, the W and Z bosons. In combination with quantum chromodynamics, the theory describing the strong nuclear interaction, electroweak theory forms the standard model of particle physics.

The first “epoch” of the big bang theory with concepts that can be researched and tested is the electroweak epoch. Because the actual dynamics of electroweak processes can be replicated within CERN laboratory in Geneva, any new results of current research become a major global event.

The Standard Electroweak Theory. I've basically quoted Mandl & Shaw chapters on the topic. I really like that book but I am looking for an extra source providing more insight and (if possible) more explicit examples and exercises (kind of Greiner's style in his book.

Electroweak Symmetry Breaking Robert D. Klauber Ma Corrections to Novem version in eqs (14), (32), and (80) thanks to Chinmaya Bhargava. Corrections to version, minor typos plus eqs (49) and (50) thanks to Mengliang Yao.Electroweak.

In the Standard Model the weak and the electromagnetic interactions have been combined into a unified electroweak theory. Physicists had long believed that weak forces were closely related to electromagnetic forces.

Eventually they discovered that at very short distances.General References C. Quigg, “The Electroweak Theory,” hep-ph/ (TASI Lectures) C. Quigg, Gauge Theories of the Strong, Weak, and Electromagnetic Interactions R.

N. Cahn & ber, Experimental Foundations of Particle Physics P. B. Renton, “Pr ecision Electroweak Tests of the Standard Model,” hep-ph/