统一理论和超对称

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《统一理论和超对称》是 2010 年 世界图书出版公司 出版的图书,作者是莫哈帕特拉(RabindraN.Mohapatra)。
书    名
统一理论和超对称
作    者
莫哈帕特拉(RabindraN.Mohapatra)
ISBN
9787510005718
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49.00元

统一理论和超对称图书信息

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书 名: 统一理论和超对称
作 者:莫哈帕特拉(RabindraN.Mohapatra)
出版时间: 2010年4月1日
ISBN: 9787510005718
开本: 16开
定价: 49.00元

统一理论和超对称内容简介

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《统一理论和超对称(第3版)》是作者依据其为马里兰大学高年级研究生授课时所用的讲义编著而成,详细介绍了人们尝试建立一个能够描述自然界中各种基本相互作用的大统一理论的最新进展。《统一理论和超对称(第3版)》包罗甚广,涉及到粒子物理学中的大统一理论和超对称理论中的许多议题,例如自发对称破缺,大统一理论,超对称性和超引力等。作者在简要回顾了基本粒子理论之后,详细介绍了复合夸克,轻子,希格斯玻色子和CP破坏等论题,最后讨论超对称的大统一方案。这是《统一理论和超对称(第3版)》的第三版,进一步修订了书中内容,添入该领域的最新进展,特别是近年来实验方面的诸多进展。对这些新进展的集中介绍很有意义,使得《统一理论和超对称(第3版)》成为该领域中连接传统理论与研究前沿的有益桥梁。无论对该领域的研究生还是对研究人员来讲,《统一理论和超对称(第3版)》都是一部很有价值的教科书和参考文献。

统一理论和超对称作者简介

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作者:(美国)莫哈帕特拉(Rabindra N.Mohapatra)

统一理论和超对称图书目录

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Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
1 Important Basic Concepts in Particle Physics
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Symmetries and Currents
1.3 Local Symmetries and Yang-Mills Fields
1.4 Quantum Chromodynamic Theory of Strong Interactions
1.5 Hidden Symmetries of Weak Interactions
References
2 Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking
2.1 Symmetries and Their Realizations
2.2 Nambu-Goldstone Bosons for an Arbitrary Non-Abelian Group
2.3 Some Properties of Nambu-Goldstone Bosons
2.4 Phenomenology of Massless and Near-Massless Spin-0 Bosons
2.5 The Higgs-Kibble Mechanism in Gauge Theories
2.6 Group Theory of the Higgs Phenomenon
2.7 Renormalizability and Triangle Anomalies
References
3 The SU(2)L x U(1) Model
3.1 The SU(2)L x U(1) Model of Glashow, Weinberg, and Salam
3.2 Neutral-Current Interactions
3.3 Masses and Decay Properties of W and Z Bosons
3.4 Fermion Masses and Mixing
3.5 Higher-Order-Induced Flavor-Changing Neutral-Current Effects
3.6 The Higgs Bosons
3.7 SU(2)L x U(1) Model with Two Higgs Doublets
3.8 Puzzles of the Standard Model
3.9 Outline of the Various Scenarios
3.10 Beyond the Standard Model
References
4 CP Violation: Weak and Strong
4.1 CP Violation in Weak Interactions
4.2 CP Violation in Gauge Models: Generalities
4.3 The Kobayashi-Maskawa Model
4.4 Left-Right Symmetric Models of CP Violation
4.5 The Higgs Exchange Models
4.6 Strong CP Violation and the 0-Problem
4.7 Solutions to the Strong CP Problem without the Axion
4.8 Summary
References
5 Grand Unification and the SU(5) Model
5.1 The Hypothesis of Grand Unification
5.2 SU(N) Grand Unification
5.3 Sin2 Ow in Grand Unified Theories (GUT)
5.4 SU(5)
5.5 Grand Unification Mass Scale and Sin2θw at Low Energies
5.6 Detailed Predictions of the SU(5) Model for Proton Decay
5.7 Some Other Aspects of the SU(5) Model
5.8 Gauge Coupling Unification with Intermediate Scales before Grand Unification
References
6 Symmetric Models of Weak Interactions and Massive Neutrinos
6.1 Why Left-Right Symmetry?
6.2 The Model, Symmetry Breaking, and Gauge Boson Masses
6.3 Limits on MzR and rnwR from Charged-Current Weak Interactions
6.4 Properties of Neutrinos and Lepton-Number-Violating Processes
6.5 Baryon Number Nonconservation and Higher Unification
6.6 Sin2θw and the Scale of Partial Unification
6.7 Left-Right Symmetry——An Alternative Formulation
6.8 Higher Order Effects
6.9 Conclusions
References
7 SO(10) Grand Unification
7.1 Introduction
7.2 SO(2N) in an SU(N) Basis [3]
7.3 Fermion Masses and the "Charge Conjugation" Operator
7.4 Symmetry-Breaking Patterns and Intermediate Mass Scales
7.5 Decoupling Parity and SU(2)R Breaking Scales
7.6 Second Z' Boson
References
8 Technicolor and Compositeness
8.1 Why Compositeness?
8.2 Technicolor and Electroweak Symmetry Breaking
8.3 Techni-Composite Pseudo-Goldstone Bosons
8.4 Fermion Masses
8.5 Composite Quarks and Leptons
8.6 Light Quarks and Leptons and 't Hooft Anomaly Matching
8.7 Examples of 't Hooft Anomaly Matching
8.8 Some Dynamical Constraints on Composite Models
8.9 Other Aspects of Composite Models
8.10 Symmetry Breaking via Top-Quark Condensate
References
9 Global Supersymmetry
9.1 Supersymmetry
9.2 A Supersymmetric Field Theory
9.3 Two-Component Notation
9.4 Superfields
9.5 Vector and Chiral Superfields
References
10 Field Theories with Global Supersymmetry
10.1 Supersymmetry Action
10.2 Supersymmetric Gauge Invariant Lagrangian
10.3 Feynman Rules for Supersymmetric Theories [3]
10.4 Allowed Soft-Breaking Terms
References
11 Broken Supersymmetry and Application to Particle Physics
11.1 Spontaneous Breaking of Supersymmetry
11.2 Supersymmetric Analog of the Goldberger Treiman Relation
11.3 D-Type Breaking of Supersymmetry
11.4 O'Raifeartaigh Mechanism or F-Type Breaking of Supersymmetry
11.5 A Mass Formula for Supersymmetric Theories and the Need for Soft Breaking
References
12 Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model
12.1 Introduction, Field Content and the Lagrangian
12.2 Constraints on the Masses of Superparticles
12.3 Other Effects of Superparticles
12.4 Why Go beyond the MSSM?
12.5 Mechanisms for Supersymmetry Breaking
12.6 Renormalization of Soft Supersymmetry-Breaking Parameters
12.7 Supersymmetric Left-Right Model
References
13 Supersymmetric Grand Unification
14 Local Supersymmetry (N = 1)
15 Application of Supergravity (N = 1) to Particle Physics
16 Beyond N = 1 Supergravity
17 Superstrings and Quark-Lepton Physics
Index
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