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New Directions in Quantum Chromodynamics

Seoul and Kyungju, Korea, May-June 1999 (AIP Conference Proceedings / High Energy Physics)

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Published by American Institute of Physics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atomic & molecular physics,
  • Particle & high-energy physics,
  • Physics,
  • Particle Physics,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Quantum chromodynamics,
  • Astronomy - General,
  • General,
  • Nuclear Energy,
  • Science / Nuclear Physics,
  • Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsChueng-Ryong Ji (Editor), Dong-Pil Min (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages544
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8646216M
    ISBN 101563969084
    ISBN 109781563969089

    Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Feynman Rules for Chromodynamics The Quark‐Quark Interaction Pair Annihilation in QCD Asymptotic Freedom Applications of QCD. There has been a growing conviction during the past few years within the high-energy physics community that a fundamental theory of the strong interaction has been found. This theory is called.

    Quantum chromodynamics, familiarly called QCD, is the modern theory of the strong interaction.1 Historic-ally its roots are in nuclear physics and the description of ordinary matter—understand-ing what protons and neu-trons are and how they inter-act. Nowadays QCD is used to describe most of what goes on at high-energy accelerators. Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the gauge field theory that describes the strong interactions of colored quarks and gluons, is the SU(3) component of the SU(3)×SU(2)×U(1) Standard Model of Particle Physics. The Lagrangian of QCD is given by L = X q ψ¯q,a(iγµ∂µδab − gsγµtC abA C µ − mqδab)ψq,b − 1 4 FA ν F Aν, ().

      Quantum chromodynamics is a quantized non-Abelian gauge field theory. We start with an elementary introduction to gauge field theories based on the gauge principle and then describe the method of quantizing gauge fields. We briefly review perturbation theory and present the . As quantum physics attempted to expand into the nucleus of the atom, new tactics were required. The quantum theory of the atomic nucleus, and the particles that make it up, is called quantum chromodynamics (QCD). String theory arose out of an attempt to explain this same behavior. QED attempted to simplify the situation by only [ ].


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quantum chromodynamics (qcd) is •the study of the dynamics of color-charged particles and the strong interaction •a quantum field theory, gauge theory •a model for color-charged particles such as hadrons, baryons, mesons, quarks, and gluons •a description of how the nucleus is held together •a theory of the strongest force overFile Size: 4MB.

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Relativistic quantum field theory is recapitulated, and scattering theory is discussed in the framework of scalar quantum electrodynamics. Then the gauge theory of quarks and gluons is introduced. In the more advanced chapters, perturbative and nonperturbative techniques in state-of-the-art QCD are discussed in great detail.

New particles, new ideas, and new theories. Early proliferation of new hadrons – “particle explosion”: Proton’s magnetic moment Nobel Prize Otto Stern µ p = g p e~ 2m p g p =(23) 6= 2. µ n = e~ 2m p 6= 0!. Nucleons has internal structure. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm.

Contents: QCD Technology: Light-Cone Quantization and Commensurate Scale Relations / S.J. Brodsky --Introduction to Transverse Lattice Gauge Theory / S. Dalley --Nuclear Physics on the Light Front --A New Old Way to Do an Old New Problem / G.A.

Miller --Discretized Light-Cone. New Directions in Quantum Chromodynamics. By Stanley J. Brodsky. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract.

Several topics in QCD are reviewed, including: the light-cone Fock state representation, which encodes the flavor, spin and other quark and gluon correlations of hadrons in the form of universal process-independent amplitudes; the light-cone Author: Stanley J.

Brodsky. Hideki Yukawa combines relativity and quantum theory to describe nuclear interactions by an exchange of new particles (mesons called "pions") between protons and neutrons.

From the size of the nucleus, Yukawa concludes that the mass of the conjectured particles (mesons) is about electron masses. This book provides an introduction to Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the theory of strong interactions. It covers in full detail both the theoretical foundations and the experimental tests of the theory.

Although the experimental chapters focus on recent measurements, the subject is placed into historical perspective by also summarizing the steps which lead to the formulation of QCD. There is a number of other good books or lecture notes covering parts of this course, among them Ta-Pei Cheng, Ling-Fong Li: Gauge Theory of Elementary Particle Physics [9], F.

Yndurain: Quantum Chromodynamics [10], Y. Dokshitzer, V. Khoze, A. Mueller and S. Troyan: Basics of QCD [11], G. Altarelli: Partons in Quantum Chromodynamics[12]. Get this from a library. New directions in quantum chromodynamics: Seoul and Kyungju, Korea, May-June [Chueng-Ryong Ji; Dong-Pil Min;].

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Af-ter brie y reviewing the empirical. QCD Quantum Chromodynamics QCD Principles Quantum field theory, analogy with QED Vertex, coupling constant Colour “red”, “green” or “blue” Gluons Quark and Gluon Interactions Confinement Asymptotic Freedom QCD potential QCD Experiments Experimental evidence for quarks, colour and gluons e+e- annihilations Charmonium Scattering.At the core of this book lies the sum rule approach to obtain analytic results in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the current theory of strong interactions among quarks and gluons.

This method fully complements Lattice QCD, the corresponding computational approach based on discretizing QCD on a space-time lattice. The third edition of this outstanding volume has been extensively revised and enlarged to cover all new aspects in Quantum chromodynamics.

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