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Symmetries in intermediate and high energy physics by A. Faessler, T.S. Kosmas, G.K. Leontaris

By A. Faessler, T.S. Kosmas, G.K. Leontaris

This e-book includes finished studies of recent subject matters in nuclear physics, particle physics, astrophysics and cosmology. particular emphasis is put on the function of numerous symmetries in physics at intermediate and excessive energies and on neutrino physics, with its implications in nuclear astrophysics and cosmology. Many purposes of the theories and experiments are incorporated, in addition to attention-grabbing details on contemporary advancements with admire to present difficulties in glossy physics. therefore, will probably be particularly worthy to new scientists and graduate scholars.

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