Table of contents for Particle physics / B.R. Martin, G. Shaw.

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CONTENTS
Suggested First Course
Editors? Preface to the Manchester Physics Series
Authors? Preface 
Notes
1.	SOME BASIC CONCEPTS
	1.1	Introduction
	1.2	Antiparticles
		1.2.1	Relativistic wave equations
		1.2.2	Hole theory and the positron
	1.3	Interactions and Feynman Diagrams
		1.3.1	Basic electromagnetic processes
		1.3.2	Real processes
		1.3.3	Electron-positron pair production and annihilation
		1.3.4	Other processes
	1.4	Particle Exchange
		1.4.1	Range of forces
		1.4.2	The Yukawa potential
		1.4.3	The zero-range approximation
	1.5	Units and Dimensions
		PROBLEMS 1
2.	LEPTONS AND THE WEAK INTERACTION
	2.1	Lepton Multiplets and Lepton Numbers
		2.1.1	Electron neutrinos
	2.1.2	Further generations
	2.2	Leptonic Weak Interactions
		2.2.1	 and exchange
		2.2.2	Lepton decays and universality
	2.3	Neutrino Masses and Neutrino Mixing 
		2.3.1	Neutrino mixing
		2.3.2	Neutrino oscillations
		2.3.3	Neutrino masses
		2.3.4	Lepton numbers revisited
		PROBLEMS 2
3.	QUARKS AND HADRONS
	3.1	Quarks
	3.2	General Properties of Hadrons
	3.3	Pions and Nucleons
	3.4	Strange Particles, Charm and Bottom
	3.5	Short-Lived Hadrons
	3.6	Allowed Quantum Numbers and Exotics
		PROBLEMS 3
4.	EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
	4.1	Overview
	4.2	Accelerators and Beams
		4.2.1	Linear accelerators
		4.2.2	Cyclic accelerators
		4.2.3	Fixed-target machines and colliders
		4.2.4	Neutral and unstable particle beams
	4.3	Particle Interactions with Matter
		4.3.1	Short-range interactions with nuclei
		4.3.2	Ionization energy losses
		4.3.3	Radiation energy losses
		4.3.4	Interactions of photons in matter
		4.3.5	Ranges and interaction lengths
	4.4	Particle Detectors
		4.4.1	Introduction
		4.4.2	Gas detectors
		4.4.3	Semiconductor detectors
		4.4.4	Scintillation counters
		4.4.5	 counters
		4.4.6	Calorimeters
	4.5	Detector Systems and Experiments
		4.5.1	Discovery of the bosons
		4.5.2	Some modern detector systems
		PROBLEMS 4
5.	SPACE-TIME SYMMETRIES
	5.1	Translational Invariance
	5.2	Rotational Invariance
		5.2.1	Angular momentum conservation
		5.2.2	Classification of particles
		5.2.3	Angular momentum in the quark model
	5.3	Parity
		5.3.1	Leptons and antileptons
		5.3.2	Quarks and hadrons
		5.3.3	Parity of the charged pion
		5.3.4	Parity of the photon
	5.4	Charge Conjugation
		5.4.1	 and ???decays
	?5.5	Positronium
	 ?5.5.1	Fine structure
	 ?5.5.2	C-parity and annihilations
	?5.6	Time Reversal
	 ?5.6.1	Principle of detailed balance
	 ?5.6.1	Spin of the charged pion
		PROBLEMS 5
6.	THE QUARK MODEL
	6.1	Isospin Symmetry
		6.1.1	Isospin quantum numbers
		6.1.2	Allowed quantum numbers
		6.1.3	An example: the sigma baryon
		6.1.4	The u, d quark mass splitting
	6.2	The Lightest Hadrons
		6.2.1	The light mesons
		6.2.2	The light baryons
		6.2.3	Baryon mass splittings
	 ?6.2.4	Baryon magnetic moments
	6.3	Colour
		6.3.1	Colour charges and confinement
	 ?6.3.2	Colour wavefunctions and the Pauli principle
	?6.4	Charmonium and Bottomium
	 ?6.4.1	Charmonium
	 ?6.4.2	Bottomium
	 ?6.4.3	The quark-antiquark potential
		PROBLEMS 6
7.	QCD, JETS AND GLUONS
	7.1	Quantum Chromodynamics
		7.1.1	The strong coupling constant
	 ?7.1.2	Screening, antiscreening and asymptotic freedom
	 ?7.1.3	The quark-gluon plasma
	7.2	Electron-Positron Annihilation
		7.2.1	Two-jet events
		7.2.2	Three-jet events
		7.2.3	The total cross-section
	7.3	Elastic Electron Scattering: The Size of the Proton
		7.3.1	Static charge distributions
		7.3.2	Proton form factors
	 ?7.3.3	The basic cross-section formulas
7.4	Inelastic Electron and Muon scattering
7.4.1	Bjorken scaling
7.4.2	The parton model
	 ?7.4.3	Parton distributions and scaling violations
	?7.5	Inelastic Neutrino Scattering
	 ?7.5.1	Quark identification and quark charges
		PROBLEMS 7
8.	WEAK INTERACTIONS: QUARKS AND LEPTONS 
	8.1	Charged Current Reactions
		8.1.1	?lepton interactions
			8.1.2	Lepton?quark symmetry
			8.1.3	W-boson decays
	?	8.1.4	Selection rules in weak decays
	8.2	The Third Generation
		8.2.1	More quark mixing
		8.2.2	Properties of the top quark
		8.2.3	Discovery of the top quark
		PROBLEMS 8
9.	WEAK INTERACTIONS: ELECTROWEAK UNIFICATION
	9.1 	Neutral Currents and the Unified Theory 
		9.1.1 	The basic vertices
		9.1.2 	The unification condition and the Wñ, Z0 masses
		9.1.3 	Electroweak reactions
		9.1.4 	 formation: how many neutrinos are there?
	9.2 	Gauge Invariance and the Higgs Boson 
		9.2.1 	Unification and the gauge principle
		9.2.2 	Particle masses and the Higgs field
		9.2.3 	Higgs boson decays
		9.2.4 	The search for the Higgs boson
		PROBLEMS 9
10.	DISCRETE SYMMETRIES: C, P, CP AND CPT
	10.1	P-Violation, C-Violation and CP-Conservation
		10.1.1	Muon decay symmetries
		10.1.2	Left-handed neutrinos and right-handed antineutrinos
		10.1.3	Pion and muon decays revisited
	10.2	CP Violation
		10.2.1	CP eigenstates
		10.2.2	The discovery of CP violation
	 ?10.2.3	CP-violating decays
		10.2.4	CP violation in B-decays
	10.3	Flavour Oscillations and the CPT Theorem
	10.4	CP-Violation in the Standard Model
		PROBLEMS 10
	
11.	BEYOND THE STANDARD MODEL
	11.1	Grand Unification
		11.1.1	Proton decay
	11.2	Supersymmetry
		11.2.1	CP-violation and electric dipole moments
		11.2.2	Detection of superparticles
	11.3 	Strings and Things
	11.4	Particle Cosmology
		11.4.1	Dark matter: WIMPS and neutrinos
		11.4.2	Matter-antimatter asymmetry
	11.5	Neutrino Astronomy
	11.6	Dirac or Majorana Neutrinos?
		11.6.1	The seesaw mechanism
		11.6.2	Neutrinoless double beta decay
		PROBLEMS 11
A.	RELATIVISTIC KINEMATICS
	A.1	The Lorentz Transformation for Energy and Momentum
	A.2	The Invariant Mass
	A.3	Transformation of the Scattering Angle
		PROBLEMS A
B.	AMPLITUDES AND CROSS-SECTIONS
	B.1	Rates and Cross-Sections
	B.2	The Total Cross-Section
	B.3	Differential Cross-Sections
	 ?B.4	The Scattering Amplitude
	 ?B.5	The Breit-Wigner Formula
			B.5.1	Decay distributions
			B.5.2	Resonant cross-sections
			PROBLEMS B 
?C.	THE ISOSPIN FORMALISM
		C.1	Isospin Operator
		C.2	Isospin States
		C.3	Isospin Multiplets
		C3.1	Hadron states
		C.4	Branching Ratios
		C.5	Spin States
		PROBLEMS C
?D. 	GAUGE THEORIES 
	D.1	Electromagnetic Interactions
	D.2	Gauge Transformations
	D.3	Gauge Invariance and the Photon Mass
	D.4	The Gauge Principle
	D.5	The Higgs Mechanism
 D.5.1	Current and charge densities
 D.5.2	Spin-0 bosons
 D.5.3	Spontaneous symmetry breaking
	D.6	Quantum Chromodynamics
	D.7	Electroweak Interactions
		D.7.1	Weak isospin
		D.7.2	Gauge invariance and charged currents
		D.7.3	The unification condition
		D.7.4	Spin structure and parity violation
		PROBLEMS D
E.	TABLES OF PARTICLE PROPERTIES
F.	SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Particles (Nuclear physics).