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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
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John Iliopoulos 
Origin of mass: Elementary Particles and Fundamental Symmetries 
OB1497 
2017 
eBook 

2 
Belal E. Baaquie 
Exploring the invisible universe: From Black Holes to Superstrings 
025991 
2015 
Book 

3 
Harald Fritzsch (ed.) 
50 years of quarks 
025949 
2015 
Book 

4 
Alessandro, Bettini 
Introduction to elementary particle physics 
025959 
2014 
Book 

5 
Erick J. Weinberg 
Classical solutions in quantum field theory: Solitons and Instantons in High Energy Physics 
024788 
2012 
Book 

6 
D. B. Lichtenberg 
Unitary symmetry and elementary particles 
024434 
1978 
Book 

7 
Leonard Susskind 
Introduction to black holes, information and the string theory revolution : The holographic universe 
020181 
2004 
Book 

8 
Patricia M. Schwarz 
Special relativity: From Einstein to strings 
C19222 
2004 
CD/DVD 

9 
Patricia M. Schwarz 
Special relativity: From Einstein to strings 
019222 
2004 
Book 

10 
Veltman, M.J.G. 
Facts and mysteries in elementary particle physics 
018289 
2003 
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Title  Exploring the invisible universe: From Black Holes to Superstrings 
Author(s)  Belal E. Baaquie;Frederick H. Willeboordse 
Publication  New Jersey, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., 2015. 
Description  xvi, 471p. 
Abstract Note  Book covers the gamut of topics in advanced modern physics and provides extensive and well substantiated answers to these questions and many more. Discussed in a nontechnical, yet also nontrivial manner, are topics dominated by invisible things  such as Black Holes and Superstrings as well as Fields, Gravitation, the Standard Model, Cosmology, Relativity, the Origin of Elements, Stars and Planetary Evolution, and more. Just giving the answer, as so many books do, is really not telling anything at all. To truly answer the "why" questions of nature, one needs to follow the chain of reasoning that scientists have used to come to the conclusions they have. This book does not shy away from difficulttoexplain topics by reducing them to oneline answers and power phrases suitable for a popular talk show. The explanations are rigorous and straight to the point. This book is rarely mathematical without being afraid, however, to use elementary mathematics when called for. In order to achieve this, a large number of detailed figures, specially developed for this book and found nowhere else, convey insights that otherwise might either be inaccessible or need lengthy and difficulttofollow explanations. 
ISBN,Price  9789814618670 : US 45.00(HB) 
Classification  524.8

Keyword(s)  1. BLACK HOLE
2. COSMOLOGY
3. DARK UNIVERSE
4. EBOOK
5. EBOOK  WORLD SCIENTIFIC
6. ELEMENTARY PARTICLE PHYSICS
7. GRAVITATION
8. ORIGIN OF ELEMENTS
9. STANDARD MODEL
10. SUPERSTRINGS

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Title  50 years of quarks 
Author(s)  Harald Fritzsch (ed.);Murray GellMann (ed.) 
Publication  New Jersey, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., 2015. 
Description  x, 506p. 
Abstract Note  Today it is known that the atomic nuclei are composed of smaller constituents, the quarks. A quark is always bound with two other quarks, forming a baryon or with an antiquark, forming a meson. The quark model was first postulated in 1964 by Murray GellMann â who coined the name âquarkâ from James Joyce's novel Finnegans Wake â and by George Zweig, who then worked at CERN. In the present theory of strong interactions â Quantum Chromodynamics proposed by H Fritzsch and GellMann in 1972 â the forces that bind the quarks together are due to the exchange of eight gluons.On the 50th anniversary of the quark model, this invaluable volume looks back at the developments and achievements in the elementary particle physics that eventuated from that beautiful model. Written by an international team of distinguished physicists, each of whom have made major developments in the field, the volume provides an essential overview of the present state to the academics and researchers. 
ISBN,Price  9789814618106 : US $48.00(PB) 
Classification  539.12

Keyword(s)  1. CONCRETE QUARKS
2. EBOOK
3. EBOOK  WORLD SCIENTIFIC
4. ELEMENTARY PARTICLE PHYSICS
5. QCD
6. QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS
7. QUARKS

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Title  Introduction to elementary particle physics 
Author(s)  Alessandro, Bettini 
Edition  2nd 
Publication  Cambridge 2014. 
Description  xvii, 474p. 
Abstract Note  The second edition of this successful textbook is fully updated to include the discovery of the Higgs boson and other recent developments, providing undergraduate students with complete coverage of the basic elements of the standard model of particle physics for the first time. Physics is emphasised over mathematical rigour, making the material accessible to students with no previous knowledge of elementary particles. Important experiments and the theory linked to them are highlighted, helping students appreciate how key ideas were developed. The chapter on neutrino physics has been completely revised, and the final chapter summarises the limits of the standard model and introduces students to what lies beyond. Over 250 problems, including sixty that are new to this edition, encourage students to apply the theory themselves. Partial solutions to selected problems appear in the book, with full solutions and slides of all figures available at www.cambridge.org/9781107050402. 
ISBN,Price  9781107050402 : UKP 40.00(HB) 
Keyword(s)  1. EBOOK
2. EBOOK  CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
3. ELEMENTARY PARTICLE PHYSICS

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Title  Classical solutions in quantum field theory: Solitons and Instantons in High Energy Physics 
Author(s)  Erick J. Weinberg 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012. 
Description  xiv, 326p. 
Series  (Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics) 
Abstract Note  Classical solutions play an important role in quantum field theory, high energy physics and cosmology. Realtime soliton solutions give rise to particles, such as magnetic monopoles, and extended structures, such as domain walls and cosmic strings, that have implications for early universe cosmology. Imaginarytime Euclidean instantons are responsible for important nonperturbative effects, while Euclidean bounce solutions govern transitions between metastable states. Written for advanced graduate students and researchers in elementary particle physics, cosmology and related fields, this book brings the reader up to the level of current research in the field. The first half of the book discusses the most important classes of solitons: kinks, vortices and magnetic monopoles. The cosmological and observational constraints on these are covered, as are more formal aspects, including BPS solitons and their connection with supersymmetry. The second half is devoted to Euclidean solutions, with particular emphasis on YangâMills instantons and on bounce solutions. 
ISBN,Price  9780521114639 : UKP 60.00(HB) 
Classification  530.145

Keyword(s)  1. EBOOK
2. EBOOK  CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
3. ELEMENTARY PARTICLE PHYSICS
4. HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS
5. INSTANTONS
6. QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
7. SOLITONS

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