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HIGH-ENERGY PARTICLE DATA. VOLUME III. KINEMATICS OF PARTICLES AS A FUNCTION OF MOMENTUM

Description: Kinematic quantities are plotted as a function of particle momentum for the most common elementary particles. Dynamic quantities as a function of incident-particle momentum are plotted for interactions of most of these particles with a proton. Some techniques of relativistic kinematics are also included. (D.C.W.)
Date: July 1, 1963
Creator: Trower, W.P.
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Magnetic monopoles: a status report

Description: A solitary, uncorroborated Stanford candidate event is the only evidence that magnetic monpoles derives from Dirac's assertion that monopoles could explain charge quantization and the 't Hooft-Polyakov demonstration that monopoles are an inevitable consequence of many gauge theories currently being used to unify the electroweak (photon-lepton) and nuclear (quark) interactions. The monopole abundance implied by the Stanford event is in clear contradiction to bounds on their number from astronomical data. Fortunately, the already considerable and expanding arsenal of detection techniques are being fashioned to experimentally test the many open questions surrounding monopoles.
Date: March 1, 1983
Creator: Carrigan, R.A. Jr. & Trower, W.P.
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