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By Elliot Leader, Enrico Predazzi

This booklet is a complete and unified remedy of contemporary theoretical and experimental particle physics geared toward starting graduate scholars. The emphasis all through is on proposing underlying actual ideas in an easy and intuitive method. In 1983, researchers detected the life of W and Z bosons and plenty of new effects have undefined. this can be the 1st graduate-level textbook to accommodate the "second new release" of particle physics after 1983. gains of this variation comprise: an in depth dialogue of upper order electroweak results; an multiplied dialogue of quark blending; revised sections on attraction and sweetness and on jet physics; enlarged therapy of deep inelastic lepton-hadron scattering; distinct therapy of QCD corrections to the easy parton version; and an advent to the nonperturbative or confinement zone of QCD.

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