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Author Donnelly, T. W. (T. William), author
Title Foundations of nuclear and particle physics / T. W. Donnelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, J. A. Formaggio, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, B. R. Holstein, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, R. G. Milner, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, B. Surrow, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Imprint Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017
book jacket
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 Physics Library  QC776 T969    DUE 12-30-19    30350000499023
Descript xiii, 646 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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Note Includes index
"This textbook brings together nuclear and particle physics, presenting a balanced overview of both fields as well as the interplay between the two. The theoretical as well as the experimental foundations are covered, providing students with a deep understanding of the subject. In-chapter exercises ranging from basic experimental to sophisticated theoretical questions provide an important tool for students to solidify their knowledge. Suitable for upper undergraduate courses in nuclear and particle physics as well as more advanced courses, the book includes road maps guiding instructors on tailoring the content to their course. Online resources including color figures, tables, and a solutions manual complete the teaching package. This textbook will be essential for students preparing for further study or a career in the field who require a solid grasp of both nuclear and particle physics"-- Provided by publisher
Inlcudes bibliographical references (pages 626-640) and index
Symmetries -- Building hadrons from quarks -- The standard model -- QCD and confinement -- Chiral symmetry and QCD -- Introduction to lepton scattering -- Elastic electron scattering from the nucleon -- Hadron structure via lepton-nucleon scattering -- High-energy QCD -- The nucleon-nucleon interaction -- The structure and properties of few-body nuclei -- Overview of many-body nuclei -- Models of many-body nuclei -- Electron scattering from discrete states -- Electroexcitation of high-lying excitations of the nucleus -- Beta decay -- Neutrino physics -- The physics of relativistic heavy-ions -- Astrophysics -- Beyond the standard model physics
Subject Nuclear physics -- Textbooks
Particles (Nuclear physics) -- Textbooks
Alt Author Formaggio, Joseph A., 1974- author
Holstein, Barry R., 1943- author
Milner, Richard Gerard, author
Surrow, Bernd, author
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