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         Particle Physics:     more books (99)
  1. Facts and Mysteries in Elementary Particle Physics by Martinus Veltman, 2003-04-26
  2. Deep Down Things: The Breathtaking Beauty of Particle Physics by Bruce A. Schumm, 2004-10-20
  3. Statistical Physics of Particles by Mehran Kardar, 2007-06-25
  4. Nuclear and Particle Physics: An Introduction by Brian Martin, 2009-04-06
  5. Introduction to Elementary Particles by David Griffiths, 2008-10-21
  6. Physics of Intense Charged Particle Beams in High Energy Accelerators by Ronald C. Davidson, Hong Qin, 2001-10
  7. The Ideas of Particle Physics: An Introduction for Scientists by G. D. Coughlan, J. E. Dodd, et all 2006-08-07
  8. Concepts of Particle Physics: Volume II by Kurt Gottfried, Victor F. Weisskopf, 1986-11-13
  9. An Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics by W. N. Cottingham, D. A. Greenwood, 2007-03-12
  10. Modern Elementary Particle Physics: Updated Edition by Gordon L. Kane, 1993-04-21
  11. Nuclear and Particle Physics Simulations: The Consortium of Upper-Level Physics Software by Roberta Bigelow, Michael J. Moloney, et all 1995-09
  12. Quantum Physics of Atoms, Molecules, Solids, Nuclei, and Particles by Robert Eisberg, Robert Resnick, 1985-01
  13. Particle Physics and Introduction to Field Theory (Contemporary Concepts in Physics, Vol. 1) by T.D. Lee, 1981-08-15
  14. Techniques for Nuclear and Particle Physics Experiments: A How-to Approach by William R. Leo, 1994-02-25

161. University Of Washington Particle Astrophysics Group
The group concentrate on research into gamma ray and neutrino astrophysics, and nuclear emulsion physics.

162. Particle Beam Physics Laboratory

163. Semi-Simple Lie Algebras And Their Representations
Book for particle physicists by Robert N. Cahn. Published by BenjaminCummings in 1984. Chapters in PostScript.

164. High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)
Researches particle and nuclear physics and material science using advanced accelerators and related facilities.

165. The Particle Adventure Has Moved
The particle Adventure has moved! The home site (always upto-date) is All sites for the particle Adventure

166. International Journal Of Modern Physics A
Started in 1986, IJMPA has gained international repute as a highquality scientific journal. It consists of reviews and original papers covering the latest research developments in Particles and Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. The journal also features articles of long-standing value and importance which can be vital to research into new unexplored areas. (and free PDF downloads of all papers)

167. Physics
Learn it all, from smallest particles to the nature of the universe. Experts or newbies can test and increase physics knowledge. From

168. Imperial College Plasma Physics Group
University group in plasma physics reseach engaged both experimentally and theoretically in a number of research programmes including fundamental plasma physics, acceleration of particles using plasma waves and thermonuclear fusion. London, UK.

169. DOE's Office Of High Energy And Nuclear Physics
Administers a $1 billion/year research program in the U.S. Most high energy and nuclear physics research is conducted using accelerators which produce beams of subatomic particles (e.g., protons and electrons) or nuclei moving essentially at the speed of light. When a beam is collided with another beam or a fixed target, new particles are created from the kinetic energy in the beam.

170. Electron And SubQuantum Field Theory
All particles and fields they are just visible exhibitions of interaction between the field and its sources. Author offers to take part in development of new subquantum paradigm.

171. The Nobel Prize In Physics 1927
Awarded jointly to Arthur Holly Compton for his discovery of the effect named after him, and to Charles Thomson Rees Wilson for his method of making the paths of electrically charged particles visible by condensation of vapour.

172. Office Of High Energy And Nuclear Physics
Supports basic research on fundamental particles and forces and nuclear matter, to understand the nature of matter at its most fundamental level and to explore the evolution of the universe. Program includes construction and operation of major accelerator research facilities.


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