Substructures of Matter as Revealed with Electroweak Probes: Proceedings of the 32. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kern- und Teilchenphysik, Sc by Leopold MathelitschSubstructures of Matter as Revealed with Electroweak Probes: Proceedings of the 32. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kern- und Teilchenphysik, Sc by Leopold Mathelitsch

Substructures of Matter as Revealed with Electroweak Probes: Proceedings of the 32. Internationale…

EditorLeopold Mathelitsch, Willibald Plessas

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This is a comprehensive overview of the information yieldedby electroweak probes about the nuclear- andsubnuclear-scale structure of matter. Lepton-inducedprocesses from low energy through to the highest energiesare considered. The first three lectures reviewelectromagneticprocesses in hadrons; others cover theproperties of partons, the behaviour of the constituents ofthe hadron, muon and neutrino scattering etc. Anintroduction to electroweak theory including the status ofprecision tests and data analyses is given along with areport on the first results from HERA.The lecturers have endeavoured to achieve a balance betweenscientific and didactic aspects thus making the bookaccessible also to students of nuclear and particle physics.
Title:Substructures of Matter as Revealed with Electroweak Probes: Proceedings of the 32. Internationale…Format:PaperbackPublished:August 23, 2014Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Electromagnetic interactions of nucleons and nuclei at low energy and momentum transfer.- Electro-excitation of nucleon resonances and meson production.- Present electron and photon scattering experiments up to GeV energies.- Partons and QCD: Hadron structure and basics of the standard model.- Electroweak reactions in the non-perturbative regime of QCD.- Polarized structure functions and the spin of the proton.- Small ? physics.- Nucleon structure functions.- The standard electroweak theory and its experimental tests.- First results from HERA.- Seminars.