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Introduction to High Energy Physics

The third edition of this leading book maintains the informal empirical approach of previous editions while bringing readers up to date on recent theoretical and experimental developments. Includes chapter problems with worked-out solutions at the end of the book.

Author: Donald H. Perkins
Pages: 449 pages
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