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Dynamics of the Standard Model, by John F.Donoghue, Eugene Golowich and Barry R.Holstein, English, Paperback,


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Author John F.Donoghue and Eugene Golowich and Barry R.Holstein

Press Beijing World Publishing Corporation

Isbn 7506292238/9787506292238

Publication Date Aug 2008

Pages 540

Size 16K

Edition First

Cover Paperback

Language English

Page material gelatine plate paper

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This book expounds the basic theories of standard model in particle physics, pays much attention to physical phenomenon that can produced and observed by the model, realizing the relationship between theoretical model and real world. Most of this book introduces how to use the standard model to count the physical properties of particles, which involves many practical calculation skills. This book also contains many exercises and charts and other auxiliary learning materials, and it can be used as the reference material of scientific research professionals engaged in this field and a particle physics course teaching material of graduate students.



1 Inputs to the Standard Model

1.1 Quarks and leptons

1.2 Chiral fermions

The massless limit

Parity, time reversal, and charge conjugation

I.3 Symmetries and near symmetries

Noether currents

Examples of Noether currents

Approximate symmetry

1.4 Gauge symmetry

Abelian case

Nonabelian case

Mixed case

1.5 On the fate of symmetries

Hidden symmetry

Spontaneous symmetry breaking in the sigma model

2 Interactions of the Standard Model

2.1 Quantum Electrodynamics

U (1)gauge symmetry

QED to one loop

On-shell renormalization of the electric charge

Electric charge as a running coupling constant

2.2 Quantum Chromodynamics

SU (3)gauge symmetry

QCD to one loop

Asymptotic freedom and renormalization group

2.3 Electroweak interactions

Weak isospin and weak hypercharge assignments

SU(2) LxU(1)y gauge-invariant lagrangian

Spontaneous symmetry breaking

Electroweak currents

2.4 Fermion mixing

Diagonalization of mass matrices

Quark mixing

CP-violation and rephasing-invariants

3 Symmetries and anomalies

3.1 Symmetries of the Standard Model

3.2 Path integrals and symmetries

The generating functional

Noether's theorem and path integrals

3.3 The U (10axial anomaly

Diagrammatic analysis

Path integral analysis

3.4 Classical scale invariance and the trace anomaly

3.5 Chiral anomalies and vacuum structure

The θ-vacuum

The θ-term

Connection with chiral rotations

4 Introduction to effective lagrangians

4.1 Nonlinear lagrangians and the sigma model

Representations of the sigma model

Representation independence

4.2 Integrating out heavy fields

The decoupling theorem

Integrating out heavy fields at tree level

4.3 The low energy expansion

Expansion in energy


Weinberg's power counting theorem

4.4 Symmetry breaking

4.5 pcac

The soft-pion theorem

4.6 Matrix elements of currents

Matrix elements and the effective action

4.7 Heavy particles in effective lagrangians

4.8 Effective lagrangians in QED

4.9 Effective lagrangians as probes of new physics

5 Leptons

5.1 The electron

Breit-Fermi interaction

QED corrections

The infrared problem

5.2 The muon

Muon decay at tree-level

5.3 The tan

Inclusive decays

Exclusive leptonic decays

Exclusive semileptonic decays

5.4 The neutrinos

Neutrino oscillations

Terrestial searches for neutrino mixing

Solar neutrinos

Dirac mass and Majorana mass

6 Very low energy QCD - pions and photons

6.1 A QCD at low energies

Vacuum expectation values and masses

Pion leptonic decay and Fπ

6.2 Chiral perturbation theory to one loop

The order E4 lagrangian

The renormalization program

6.3 Interactions of pious and photons

The pion form factor

Rare pion processes

6.4 Pionopion scattering

6.5 The axial anomaly and π0 →γγ

6.6 The physics behind the QCD chiral lagrangian

7Introducing kaons and etas

7.1 Quark masses

7.2 Higher order analysis of decay constants and masses

Ambiguities in mass parameters

Decay constants


7.3 The Wess-Zumino-Witten anomaly action

7.4 The η(960)

η0-η8 mixing

8 Kaons and the AS = 1 interaction

8.1 Leptonic and semileptonic processes

Leptonic decay

Kaon beta decay and Vu8

The decay K→ππeve

8.2 The nonleptonic weak interaction

8.3 Short distance behavior

Short distance operator basis

Perturbative analysis

Renormalization group analysis

8.4 The ΔI = 1/2 rule


Chiral lagrangian analysis

Vacuum saturation

8.5 Rare kaon decays

0 Kaon mixing and CP violation

0.1 K0-K0 mixing

Mass matrix phenomenology

Box diagram contribution

0.2 The phenomenology of lmon CP violation

0.3 Kaon CP violation in the Standard Model

Analysis of

Penguin contribution to ε

Additional contributions to ε

9.4 Electric dipole moments

9.5 The strong CP problem

The parameter

Connections with the neutron electric dipole moment

10 The Nc-1 expansion

10.1 The nature of the large Nc limit

10.2 Spectroscopy in the large Nc limit

10.3 Goldstone bosons and the axial anomaly

10.4 The OZI rule

10.5 Chiral lagrangians

10.6 Weak nonleptonic decays

11 Phenomenological models

11.l Quantum numbers of QQ and Q3 states

Hadronic flavor-spin state vectors

Quark spatial wavefunctions

Interpolating fields

11.2 Potential model

Basic ingredients



Color dependence of the interquark potential

11.3 Bag model

Static cavity

Spherical cavity approximation

Gluons in a bag

The quark-gluon interaction

A sample fit

11.4 Skyrme model

Sine-Gordon soliton

Chiral SU(2) soliton

The Skyrme soliton

Quantization and wavefunctions

11.5 QCD sum rules


Operator product expansion

Master equation


12 Baryon properties

12.1 Matrix element computations

Flavor and spin matrix elements

Overlaps of spatial wavefunctions

Connection to momentum eigenstates

Calculations in the Skyrme model

12.2 Electroweak matrix elements

Magnetic moments

Semileptonic matrix elements

12.3 Symmetry properties and masses

Effective lagrangian for baryons

Baryon mass splittings and quark masses

Goldberger-Treiman relation

The nucleon sigma term

Strangeness in the nucleon

Quarks and their spins in baryons

12.4 Nuclear weak processes

Measurement of Vud

The pseudoscalar axial form factor

12.5 Hyperon semileptonic decay

12.6Nonleptonic decay


Lowest-order chiral analysis

Quark model predictions

13 Hadron spectroscopy

13.1 The charmonium and bottomonium systems

14 Weak interactions of heavy quarks

15 The Higgs boson


The Standard Model lagrangian LSM embodies our knowledge of the strong and electroweak interactions. It contains as fundamental degrees of freedom the spin one-half quarks and leptons, the spin one gauge bosom, and the spin zero Higgs fields. Symmetry plays the central role in determining its dynamical structure. The lagrangian exhibits invariance under SU(3) gauge transformations for the strong interactions and under SU(2) x U(1) gauge transformations for the electroweak interactions.Despite the presence of (all too) many input parameters, it is a mathematical construction of considerable predictive power.

There are several books available which describe in detail the construction of LSM and its quantization, and which deal with aspects of symmetry breaking. We felt the need for a book describing the next steps, how LSM is connected to the observable physics of the real world. There are a considerable variety of techniques, of differing rigor, which are used by particle physicists to accomplish this. We present here those which have become indispensable tools. In addition, we attempt to convey the insights and 'conventional wisdom' which have been developed throughout the field. This book can only be an introduction to the riches contained in the subject, hopefully providing a foundation and a motivation for further exploration by its readers.

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