Techniques and Concepts of High-energy Physics VI: [Proceedings of the Sixth NATO Advanced Study Institute on Techniques and Concepts of High-energy Physics, Held June 14-25, 1990, in St. Croix,U.S. Virgin Islands]
Springer Verlag Gmbh, 1991 - Science - 438 pages
The program, designed for advanced graduate students and recent Ph.D recipients in experimental particle physics and held June 1990 in the Virgin Islands, is represented by eight contributions: an introduction to gauge theories and unification, introductory notes on particle physics and cosmology, experimental aspects of hadron collider physics, meson spectroscopy, particle accelerators, calorimetry in high energy physics, noise limits in detector charge measurements, and silicon junction field-effect transistors in low- noise circuits. (c) by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Introduction to Gauge Theories and Unification
Introductory Notes on Particle Physics and Cosmology
Experimental Aspects of Hadron Collider Physics
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