Quarks: Frontiers in Elementary Particle Physics



Y. Nambu, "Quarks: Frontiers in Elementary Particle Physics"
World Scientific Pub Co Inc | 1985 | ISBN: 9971966654, 9971966662 | 240 pages | File type: PDF | 7,8 mb

Elementary particle physics has made enormous progress in the past 50 years. Protons and mesons are no longer considered as the most elementary of particles; the quark has taken their place. Furthermore, there is the possibility of unifying the various forces of nature previously thought to be unrelated. More astonishingly still, the history of the universe itself, the largest conceivable object, has become intertwined with the problems affecting the smallest constituents of matter.
This book explains in a precise and complete manner how elementary particle physics has evolved over the past 50 years into what it is today.
Prof. Nambu traces the historical development of the ideas that have shaped our thinking about the ultimate constituents of matter.
Prof. Nambu has been associated with some of the origanators of elementary particle theory and has, himself, made significant contributions to the field.
In many parts of the book he gives a rust-person description of some of the main developments leading to our present view of the universe.

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