The Elementary Structure of Matter: Proceedings of the Workshop, Les Houches, France, March 24-April 2, 1987

The Elementary Structure of Matter: Proceedings of the Workshop, Les Houches, France, March 24-April 2, 1987

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Overview

This book is the proceedings of a workshop on problems at the interface between elementary particle and nuclear physics. It deals with experimental and theoretical developments in the investigation of hadrons and nuclei and in the study of their interactions at low and high energies, including nonperturbative quantum chromodynamics, quark confinement, hadron spectroscopy, hadronic interactions, strange particles, hypernuclei, structure functions of nucleons and nuclei, antiproton annihilation on nucleons and nuclei, quark-gluon plasmas and heavy-ion collisions. Plans for new accelerators are evaluated and some related topics in astrophysics, such as supernovae and neutrinos, are discussed.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642734755
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 11/22/2011
Series: Springer Proceedings in Physics , #26
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988
Pages: 467
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

I Quarks and Hadrons.- Non-perturbative QCD on the Lattice.- From Lattice QCD to Nuclear Physics.- Frontiers of the Quark Model.- Heavy Multiquark States.- Stable Multiquark States.- Strong Decay of Baryons.- Resonating Group Method Applied to Hadrons.- Quark Confinement and Nuclear Dynamics.- The Cheshire Cat Principle Applied to Hybrid Bag Models.- Pion and Nucleon Structure: Low Energy Aspects.- Chiral Symmetry and Light Mesons.- Chiral Field Theories as Models for Hadron Substructure.- Strange Skyrmions.- Diquarks in Exclusive Reactions.- Diquark Clustering in Baryons.- Hadron Wave Functions with Condensate Induced Running Masses.- Vector Meson Interactions in the Effective Lagrangian.- Infrared Aspects of QCD.- Many-Body Techniques Applied to QCD and Aspects of Confinement.- Hadronic Reactions at Large Momentum Transfers.- Polarized Parton Distributions and the Magnitude of Spin Effects at Very High Energies.- II Annihilation.- NN Annihilation into Two Mesons.- Charged Two-Meson Production from NN Annihilation at Rest.- The S-, P-Wave Problem in NN ? ?? at Rest.- Spin-Dependent Observables in pp Elastic Scattering at Low Energy.- Antiproton-Nucleus Annihilation.- Search for Unusual Behavior in p?-Nucleus Annihilation at Rest.- III Structure Functions.- Nucleons in Nuclei from Quasi-Elastic Electron Scattering.- New Results on the EMC Effect.- Nuclear Effects in Quark and Gluon Distributions — Experimental Perspectives.- The EMC Effect and Related Issues.- IV Strangeness.- An Overview of Hypernuclear Physics.- Perspectives in Strange Particle Physics.- Hyperon-Hyperon Interaction and the H Particle.- V Relativistic Heavy Ions.- A Review of Quark-Gluon Plasma and High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions.- New Processes and Old Spin Physics.- Hot Strange Matter in Relativistic Nuclear Collisions.- First Results from the CERN Light Ion Program.- Perspectives on Heavy Ion Physics at CERN in the 1990s (or What Can We Gain from a Lead Beam?).- VI Axions.- The Emission of Isoenergetic Electron Positron Pairs from Very Heavy Ion-Atom Collisions.- to Axions.- VII Round Table on Future Medium Energy Accelerators.- A LEAR-like Option for Brookhaven.- The Scientific Program of a Multi-GeV cw Electron Accelerator.- European Proposals for a B-Factory.- Physics at Laboratoire National Saturne with MIMAS.- A Hadron Facility for Europe.- Physics at Super-LEAR.- Round Table Discussion on Future Accelerators: RHIC.- VIII Astrophysics.- Supernova Theory and 1987a (Shelton).- Particle Physics and Astrophysics.- IX Conclusions.- Theoretical Perspective.- Index of Contributors.

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