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Massive Neutrinos

Massive Neutrinos Author Harald Fritzsch
ISBN-10 9814704768
Release 2015
Pages 294
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Since the discovery of neutrino oscillations neutrino physics has become an interesting field of research in physics. They imply that neutrino must have a small mass and that the neutrinos, coupled to the charged leptons, are mixtures of the mass eigenstates, analogous to the flavor mixing of the quarks. The mixing angles for the quarks are small, but for the leptons two of the mixing angles are large. The masses of the three neutrinos must be very small, less than 1 eV, but from the oscillation experiments we only know the mass differences — the absolute masses are still unknown. Also we do not know, if the masses of the neutrinos are Dirac masses, as the masses of the charged leptons and of the quarks, or whether they are Majorana masses.In this volume, an overview of the present state of research in neutrino physics is given by well-known experimentalists and theorists. The contents — originated from talks and discussions at a recent conference addressing some of the most pressing open questions in neutrino physics — range from the oscillation experiments to CP-violation for leptons, to texture zero mass matrices and to the role of neutrinos in astrophysics and cosmology.



Massive Neutrinos

Massive Neutrinos Author Harald Fritzsch
ISBN-10 9789814704786
Release 2015-08-31
Pages 308
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Since the discovery of neutrino oscillations neutrino physics has become an interesting field of research in physics. They imply that neutrino must have a small mass and that the neutrinos, coupled to the charged leptons, are mixtures of the mass eigenstates, analogous to the flavor mixing of the quarks. The mixing angles for the quarks are small, but for the leptons two of the mixing angles are large. The masses of the three neutrinos must be very small, less than 1 eV, but from the oscillation experiments we only know the mass differences — the absolute masses are still unknown. Also we do not know, if the masses of the neutrinos are Dirac masses, as the masses of the charged leptons and of the quarks, or whether they are Majorana masses. In this volume, an overview of the present state of research in neutrino physics is given by well-known experimentalists and theorists. The contents — originated from talks and discussions at a recent conference addressing some of the most pressing open questions in neutrino physics — range from the oscillation experiments to CP-violation for leptons, to texture zero mass matrices and to the role of neutrinos in astrophysics and cosmology. Contents:Preface (H Fritzsch)Birth of Lepton Flavor Mixing (M Kobayashi)Neutrino Masses and Flavor Mixing (H Fritzsch)Fermion Mass Matrices, Textures and Beyond (M Gupta, P Fakay, S Sharma and G Ahuja)General Lepton Textures and Their Implications (G Ahuja, S Sharma, P Fakay and M Gupta)Status and Implications of Neutrino Masses: A Brief Panorama (J W F Valle)Neutrino Masses and SO10 Unification (P Minkowski)Relating Small Neutrino Masses and Mixing (S Pramanick and A Raychaudhuri)Predictions for the Dirac CP Violation Phase in the Neutrino Mixing Matrix (S T Petcov, J Girardi and A V Titov)Sterile Neutrinos in E6 (J L Rosner)Phenomenology of Light Sterile Neutrinos (C Giunti)Neutrino–Antineutrino Mass Splitting in the Standard Model: Neutrino Oscillation and Baryogenesis (K Fujikawa and A Tureanu)The Strong CP Problem and Discrete Symmetries (M Spinrath)Neutrino Interaction with Background Matter in a Noninertial Frame (M Dvornikov)Seesaw Models with Minimal Flavor Violation (X-G He)Generating Majorana Neutrino Masses with Loops (C-Q Geng)Three-Neutrino Oscillation Parameters: Status and Prospects (F Capozzi, G L Fogli, E Lisi, A Marrone, D Montanino and A Palazzo)On the Majorana Neutrinos and Neutrinoless Double Beta Decays (Z Z Xing and Y L Zhou)Dirac or Inverse Seesaw Neutrino Masses from Gauged B — L Symmetry (E Ma and R Srivastava)Searching for Radiative Neutrino Mass Generation at the LHC (R R Volkas)Lepton-Flavor Violating Signatures in Supersymmetric U(1)′ Seesaw (E J Chun)From Electromagnetic Neutrinos to New Electromagnetic Radiation Mechanism in Neutrino Fluxes (I Balantsev and A Studenikin)Lepton Number Violation and the Baryon Asymmetry of the Universe (J Harz, W-C Huang & H Päs)Status of the MAJORANA DEMONSTRATOR: A Search for Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay (Yu Efremenko et al.)Towards Neutrino Mass Spectroscopy Using Atoms/Molecules (M Yoshimura)Detection Prospects of the Cosmic Neutrino Background (Y-F Li)Supernova Bounds on keV-mass Sterile Neutrinos (S Zhou)Precision Calculations for Supersymmetric Higgs Bosons (W Hollik)Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model with Gauged Baryon and Lepton Numbers (B Fornal)From the Fourth Color to Spin-Charge Separation — Neutrinos and Spinons (C Xiong)Measurement of the Underlying Event Activity Using Charged-Particle Jets in Proton-Proton Collisions at √s = 2.76 TeV (W Y Wang, A H Chan and C H Oh) Readership: Researchers and graduate students in the field of particle physics. Keywords:Neutrino;Majorana Neutrino;Neutrino Mass;Neutrino Experiments;Double Beta Decay;Lepton;Lepton Number;Seesaw Model;CP Violation;LHC;Standard Model;Texture Zero;Mixing Angle;Mixing Matrix;Mass Generation



The Standard Theory of Particle Physics

The Standard Theory of Particle Physics Author Luciano Maiani
ISBN-10 9789814733519
Release 2016-08-25
Pages 484
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The book gives a quite complete and up-to-date picture of the Standard Theory with an historical perspective, with a collection of articles written by some of the protagonists of present particle physics. The theoretical developments are described together with the most up-to-date experimental tests, including the discovery of the Higgs Boson and the measurement of its mass as well as the most precise measurements of the top mass, giving the reader a complete description of our present understanding of particle physics.



State Of The Art Of Neutrino Physics The A Tutorial For Graduate Students And Young Researchers

State Of The Art Of Neutrino Physics  The  A Tutorial For Graduate Students And Young Researchers Author Ereditato Antonio
ISBN-10 9789813226104
Release 2018-03-22
Pages 580
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The neutrino is the most fascinating elementary particle due to its elusive nature and outstanding properties that have attracted the interest of generations of physicists since 1930, when it was first postulated by Wolfgang Pauli as a "desperate remedy" to explain the apparent energy violation in the beta decay. Many fundamental discoveries in particle physics had the neutrino involved in one way or another. To date, neutrino physics is still one of the hottest topics of modern particle physics. Key experiments and significant theoretical developments have contributed in building up what we can call now the Standard Model of Neutrino Physics. The aim of the book is to provide graduate students and young researchers a comprehensive tutorial in modern neutrino physics, specially tailored with emphasis on the educational aspects. It provides an overview of the basics and of recent achievements in the field, from both experimental and theoretical points of view. Contents: Preface A Brief History of Neutrino (A Bettini) Introduction to the Formalism of Neutrino Oscillations (G Fantini, A G Rosso, V Zema and F Vissani) Neutrino Oscillation Detectors and Methods (D Autiero) Solar Neutrinos and Matter Effects (A Y Smirnov) Atmospheric Neutrinos (K Okumura) Probing the Atmospheric Sector with Accelerator Experiments (C Pistillo and C Wilkinson) The Measurement of θ₁₃ with Reactors and Accelerators (F Di Lodovico) Neutrinos from Supernovae and Other Astrophysical Sources (K Scholberg) High-Energy Astrophysical Neutrinos (F Halzen) Sterile Neutrinos: An Introduction to Experiments (J Conrad and M Shaevitz) Dirac and Majorana Neutrinos, Double Beta Decay (J-L Vuilleumier) Low-Energy Neutrino Interactions (A M Szelc) Theory and Phenomenology of Mass Ordering and CP Violation (P Coloma and S Pascoli) Beyond the Neutrino Standard Model (J D Lykken) Readership: Students and researchers interested in high energy physics and/or astrophysics. Keywords: Neutrino;Neutrino Masses;Neutrino Oscillations;Neutrino Properties;Neutrino Sources;Neutrino Detectors;Massive NeutrinosReview: Key Features: Mix of tutorial and review articles Comprehensive review of the main aspects in one single book The various topical chapters are written by experts in the field



Technology Meets Research 60 Years Of Cern Technology Selected Highlights

Technology Meets Research   60 Years Of Cern Technology  Selected Highlights Author Fabjan Christian W
ISBN-10 9789814749152
Release 2017-04-27
Pages 484
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Technology Meets Research 60 Years Of Cern Technology Selected Highlights has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Technology Meets Research 60 Years Of Cern Technology Selected Highlights also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Technology Meets Research 60 Years Of Cern Technology Selected Highlights book for free.



The Physics of Neutrinos

The Physics of Neutrinos Author Vernon Barger
ISBN-10 9781400845590
Release 2012-09-30
Pages 240
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The physics of neutrinos--uncharged elementary particles that are key to helping us better understand the nature of our universe--is one of the most exciting frontiers of modern science. This book provides a comprehensive overview of neutrino physics today and explores promising new avenues of inquiry that could lead to future breakthroughs. The Physics of Neutrinos begins with a concise history of the field and a tutorial on the fundamental properties of neutrinos, and goes on to discuss how the three neutrino types interchange identities as they propagate from their sources to detectors. The book shows how studies of neutrinos produced by such phenomena as cosmic rays in the atmosphere and nuclear reactions in the solar interior provide striking evidence that neutrinos have mass, and it traces our astounding progress in deciphering the baffling experimental findings involving neutrinos. The discovery of neutrino mass offers the first indication of a new kind of physics that goes beyond the Standard Model of elementary particles, and this book considers the unanticipated patterns in the masses and mixings of neutrinos in the framework of proposed new theoretical models. The Physics of Neutrinos maps out the ambitious future facilities and experiments that will advance our knowledge of neutrinos, and explains why the way forward in solving the outstanding questions in neutrino science will require the collective efforts of particle physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics, and cosmology.



Astroparticle Physics Theory and Phenomenology

Astroparticle Physics  Theory and Phenomenology Author Günter Sigl
ISBN-10 9789462392434
Release 2016-12-05
Pages 861
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This books aims at giving an overview over theoretical and phenomenological aspects of particle astrophysics and particle cosmology. To be of interest for both students and researchers in neighboring fields of physics, it keeps a balance between well established foundations that will not significantly change in the future and a more in-depth treatment of selected subfields in which significant new developments have been taking place recently. These include high energy particle astrophysics, such as cosmic high energy neutrinos, the interplay between detection techniques of dark matter in the laboratory and in high energy cosmic radiation, axion-like particles, and relics of the early Universe such as primordial magnetic fields and gravitational waves. It also contains exercises and thus will be suitable for both introductory and advanced courses in astroparticle physics.



Number theory and physics

Number theory and physics Author Jean Marc Luck
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822003908324
Release 1990
Pages 311
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Number theory and physics has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Number theory and physics also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Number theory and physics book for free.



Semiconductor Opto Electronics

Semiconductor Opto Electronics Author T.S. Moss
ISBN-10 9781483161303
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 454
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Semiconductor Opto-Electronics focuses on opto-electronics, covering the basic physical phenomena and device behavior that arise from the interaction between electromagnetic radiation and electrons in a solid. The first nine chapters of this book are devoted to theoretical topics, discussing the interaction of electromagnetic waves with solids, dispersion theory and absorption processes, magneto-optical effects, and non-linear phenomena. Theories of photo-effects and photo-detectors are treated in detail, including the theories of radiation generation and the behavior of semiconductor lasers and lamps. The rest of this text deals with the group IV elements, III-V compounds, and selection of the most important chalcogenides. This publication is intended primarily for physicists engaged in academic research or commercial device development and for honors students specializing in solid-state physics.



Seven Seasons of the Man in the Mirror

Seven Seasons of the Man in the Mirror Author Patrick Morley
ISBN-10 9780310873730
Release 2010-05-11
Pages 336
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In his phenomenally successful The Man in the Mirror, award-winning author Patrick Morley took men for a close-up on crucial aspects of their manhood and challenged them to establish wise priorities in life. In Seven Seasons of the Man in the Mirror, Morley shifts the focus to wide-angle. Looking at the broad sweep of life itself, he helps men determine where they are, where they’re headed, and how to get there.Drawing on the lessons of his own life and wisdom from the Bible, Morley presents hard-won perspectives on the seven seasons of Reflection, Building, Crisis, Renewal, Rebuilding, Suffering, and Success--and in so doing, addresses men’s deep longing for direction and purpose. With candor and passion, he speaks to issues every man must face. He illustrates them with true, modern-life stories. And he presents meaty questions for men to chew on and decisions for them to act on. This penetrating, richly encouraging book will help men turn from empty pursuits to the joy, passion, and eternal satisfaction of manhood’s highest purpose.



Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics

Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics Author Gianpaolo Bellini
ISBN-10 9781614991724
Release 2012
Pages 382
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This book contains chapters based on 9 of the lectures delivered at the Enrico Fermi School of Physics Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics, held from 25 of July to 5 August 2011. The event was organized by the Italian Physical Society SIF jointly with the International School of Astro-particle Physics ISAPP, a network whose aim is to build up an astro-particle community of both astrophysicists and particle physicists.Included are chapters on Neutrino oscillation physics B. Kayser Double-beta decay E. Fiorini Light neutrinos in cosmology S. Pastor Neutrinos and the stars G.G. Raffelt High energy neutrinos and



Astrophysical Black Holes

Astrophysical Black Holes Author Francesco Haardt
ISBN-10 9783319194165
Release 2015-11-03
Pages 314
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Based on graduate school lectures in contemporary relativity and gravitational physics, this book gives a complete and unified picture of the present status of theoretical and observational properties of astrophysical black holes. The chapters are written by internationally recognized specialists. They cover general theoretical aspects of black hole astrophysics, the theory of accretion and ejection of gas and jets, stellar-sized black holes observed in the Milky Way, the formation and evolution of supermassive black holes in galactic centers and quasars as well as their influence on the dynamics in galactic nuclei. The final chapter addresses analytical relativity of black holes supporting theoretical understanding of the coalescence of black holes as well as being of great relevance in identifying gravitational wave signals. With its introductory chapters the book is aimed at advanced graduate and post-graduate students, but it will also be useful for specialists.



Neutrino Astrophysics

Neutrino Astrophysics Author John N. Bahcall
ISBN-10 052137975X
Release 1989-07-28
Pages 567
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Results from various disciplines provide an up-to-date discussion of topics in neutrino astrophysics, a field currently revolutionized by the availability of new observational facilities.



The Chrysanthemum and the Sword

The Chrysanthemum and the Sword Author Annabel Murray
ISBN-10 0373025963
Release 1983-12-01
Pages 191
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The Chrysanthemum and the Sword has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Chrysanthemum and the Sword also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Chrysanthemum and the Sword book for free.



Discovering Dark Matter

Discovering Dark Matter Author Philip Wolny
ISBN-10 9781477780053
Release 2014-12-15
Pages 112
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The discoveries in physics that inform current dark matter theory, everything from Newtonian gravity to Einstein's relativity to the Higgs boson, are examined in this authoritative guide. It examines the biggest question facing physicists today: if we are only seeing about four percent of matter in the universe, what is the rest of it made of? The lengths that scientists are going to find what they call dark matter are revealed. Alternative theories to dark matter are also discussed, as are the scientists who don't believe that dark matter exists and are conducting their own experiments to disprove its existence.



How to Build a Habitable Planet

How to Build a Habitable Planet Author Charles H. Langmuir
ISBN-10 9781400841974
Release 2012-08-13
Pages 736
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Since its first publication more than twenty-five years ago, How to Build a Habitable Planet has established a legendary reputation as an accessible yet scientifically impeccable introduction to the origin and evolution of Earth, from the Big Bang through the rise of human civilization. This classic account of how our habitable planet was assembled from the stuff of stars introduced readers to planetary, Earth, and climate science by way of a fascinating narrative. Now this great book has been made even better. Harvard geochemist Charles Langmuir has worked closely with the original author, Wally Broecker, one of the world's leading Earth scientists, to revise and expand the book for a new generation of readers for whom active planetary stewardship is becoming imperative. Interweaving physics, astronomy, chemistry, geology, and biology, this sweeping account tells Earth’s complete story, from the synthesis of chemical elements in stars, to the formation of the Solar System, to the evolution of a habitable climate on Earth, to the origin of life and humankind. The book also addresses the search for other habitable worlds in the Milky Way and contemplates whether Earth will remain habitable as our influence on global climate grows. It concludes by considering the ways in which humankind can sustain Earth’s habitability and perhaps even participate in further planetary evolution. Like no other book, How to Build a Habitable Planet provides an understanding of Earth in its broadest context, as well as a greater appreciation of its possibly rare ability to sustain life over geologic time. Leading schools that have ordered, recommended for reading, or adopted this book for course use: Arizona State University Brooklyn College CUNY Columbia University Cornell University ETH Zurich Georgia Institute of Technology Harvard University Johns Hopkins University Luther College Northwestern University Ohio State University Oxford Brookes University Pan American University Rutgers University State University of New York at Binghamton Texas A&M University Trinity College Dublin University of Bristol University of California-Los Angeles University of Cambridge University Of Chicago University of Colorado at Boulder University of Glasgow University of Leicester University of Maine, Farmington University of Michigan University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University of North Georgia University of Nottingham University of Oregon University of Oxford University of Portsmouth University of Southampton University of Ulster University of Victoria University of Wyoming Western Kentucky University Yale University



Particle physics

Particle physics Author Megascience, the OECD Forum
ISBN-10 UOM:39015053940881
Release 1995
Pages 205
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