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  • PRINCIPLES OF RADIATION INTERACTION IN MATTER AND DETECTION (2ND EDITION)
    Furthermore, the electromagnetic interaction resulting in energy-loss processes is extended to cover low energy Coulomb scatter- ings with atomic electrons and nuclei of the medium, thus introducing processes depending on the sign of the incoming particle charge and the nuclear energy …
  • UNITY OF FORCES IN THE UNIVERSE (IN 2 VOLUMES)
    electromagnetic interactions represents by any measure an astounding leap in .
  • Particle Physics
    Conservation of Parity in Electromagnetic Interactions and Laporte Rule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • The discovery of the Unteilbaren
    … bases special relativity on both basic pillars and Quantentheorie and describes the laws of nature with a help of twelve particles (six quarks and six Leptonen) as well as three interactions between these particles (the strong, that weak and the electromagnetic interaction ).
  • Particles and Fundamental Interactions
    4, the electromagnetic interaction (which is familiar to the student) is used to recall some theoretical arguments and to outline the formalism that shall be used for the weak and strong interactions.
  • Elementary particles
    The fundamental process of the electromagnetic interaction .
  • Atoms, Molecules and Optical Physics 1
    electroweak interaction electromagnetic interaction .
  • Electroweak and Strong Interactions
    The electromagnetic interaction is invariant under C.
  • Extensive Air Showers
    4 Electromagnetic Interactions and Photon–Electron Cascades . . . . . .
  • Deformed Spacetime
    4.1.1 Electromagnetic Interaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROWEAK UNIFICATION: STANDARD MODEL FROM TREE UNITARITY
    In this work I have presented a non-traditional introduction to the theory of unifi­ cation of weak and electromagnetic interactions .
  • SELECTED PAPERS OF ABDUS SALAM (WITH COMMENTARY)
    Following the successful description of electromagnetic interactions by QED, physicists sought to apply similar ideas to the other fundamental interactions - .
  • ORIGIN OF SYMMETRIES
    Many symmetries, such as charge conjugation, parity and strangeness, are no longer considered as fundamental but as natural consequences of a gauge field theory of strong and electromagnetic interactions .
  • Particles and cores
    We thus know four fundamental interactions that all physical phenomena are based on: - gravity, - the electromagnetic interaction , - the strong interaction, - the weak interaction.
  • Particles and cores
    We thus know four fundamental interactions that all physical phenomena are based on: - gravity, - the electromagnetic interaction , - the strong interaction, - the weak interaction.