Murray Gell-Mann : selected papers / editor, Harald Fritzsch.

Contributor(s): Fritzsch, Harald, 1943- [editor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: World Scientific series in 20th century physics ; v. 40Copyright date: Singapore ; Hackensack : World Scientific, 2010Edition: First EditionDescription: xiii, 449 pages : illustrations (some colours) ; 27 cmISBN: 9789812836847; 9812836845 Uniform titles: Works. Selections. 2010 Subject(s): Particles (Nuclear physics) | Partículas (Física nuclear) | Mathematical physics | Física matemáticaDDC classification: 530.092 LOC classification: QC793.2 | .G452 2010
Partial contents:
The Garden of Live Flowers, in Physics and Society: Essays in Honor of Victor Frederick Weisskopf (Springer-Verlag, 1998) -- Strangeness, J. de Physique C8 (1982) 395-408 38 -- Quantum Electrodynamics at Small Distances (with F. E. Low) Phys. Rev. 95 (1954) 1300-1312 52.
Abstract: Murray Gell-Mann.is one of the leading physicists of the world. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1969 for his work on the classification and symmetries of elementary particles, including the approximate SU(3) symmetry of hadrons. His list of publications is impressive; a number of his papers have become landmarks in physics. In 1953, Gell-Mann introduced the strangeness quantum number, conserved by the strong and electromagnetic interactions but not by the weak interaction. In 1954 he and F. E. Low proposed what was later called the renormalization group. In 1958 he and R. P. Feynman wrote an important article on the V - A theory of the weak interaction. In 1961 and 1962 he described his ideas about the SU(3) symmetry of hadrons and its violation, leading to the prediction of the Ω- particle. In 1964 he proposed the quark picture of hadrons. In 1971 he and H. Fritzsch proposed the exactly
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The Garden of Live Flowers, in Physics and Society: Essays in Honor of Victor Frederick Weisskopf (Springer-Verlag, 1998) -- Strangeness, J. de Physique C8 (1982) 395-408 38 -- Quantum Electrodynamics at Small Distances (with F. E. Low) Phys. Rev. 95 (1954) 1300-1312 52.

Murray Gell-Mann.is one of the leading physicists of the world. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1969 for his work on the classification and symmetries of elementary particles, including the approximate SU(3) symmetry of hadrons. His list of publications is impressive; a number of his papers have become landmarks in physics. In 1953, Gell-Mann introduced the strangeness quantum number, conserved by the strong and electromagnetic interactions but not by the weak interaction. In 1954 he and F. E. Low proposed what was later called the renormalization group. In 1958 he and R. P. Feynman wrote an important article on the V - A theory of the weak interaction. In 1961 and 1962 he described his ideas about the SU(3) symmetry of hadrons and its violation, leading to the prediction of the Ω- particle. In 1964 he proposed the quark picture of hadrons. In 1971 he and H. Fritzsch proposed the exactly

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