Lecture18_PP1

Lecture18_PP1 - 1 Introduction A Century of Particle...

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2 Introduction A Century of Particle Physics The Standard Model Summary
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3 Particle physics, also known as high energy physics , is the study of the fundamental structure of matter the fundamental forces with which matter interacts and the structure of space
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4 High energy physics is crucial to our understanding of the formation and evolution of stars, including their demise the formation of galaxies the early universe : :
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7 Chemical Heritage Foundation Collection Discovery, Electron – 1897 J.J Thomson Hypothesis, Proton – 1909 E. Rutherford Discovery, Top Quark – 1995
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9 e + + e q + q + g DESY Hamburg, Germany
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13 13 10 -10 m 10 -18 m 3 x 10 -10 m 10 -15 m Matter is made of Indivisible Particles Democritus, ~460 B.C. “It seems probable to me, that God in the Beginning form’d Matter in solid, massy, hard, impenetrable, moveable Particles” Sir Isaac Newton, Opticks ,1704
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