By D. Haidt, H. Pietschmann, H. Schopper
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05 Fig. 6. Comparison of sin’ 8, obtained from experiments at different valuesof Q’: broken line; linear fit to the data points. 31. Best values for the QFD parameter. L. 8 GeV I 4 GeV... L. L. L. 03604(1 1) Value of overall fit from PDG. 2 and Eq. L. L. 7 Eq. 150) Eq. 154) Eq. 148) Eq. 157) Eq. 163) Eq. 15) L=L,+L,+L,. 7). 1. Quantum numbers of leptons and anti-leptons (CPT is assumedexcept for v,--B,) [SlSCHWl. 1 have opposite sign for particle and anti-particle). J. Thomson, was the first (and still is an) elementary building block of matter.
6. 16. Semi-leptonic weak decays of quarks. 5)existed. The absenceof strangenesschanging neutral currents prompted Glashow, Illiopoulos and Maiani [‘IOGLAS] to introduce a fourth quark in such a way that flavour changing neutral currents disappeared. 12 Lll- Fig. 6. a Discovery of the J resonance by the MIT-BNL group: number of events per 25 MeV interval, AN/Am,+,vs. invariant mass m,+e- [74AUBE], b discovery of the IJ resonance by the SLAC-LBL group: the three diagrams (u), (p), (y) show the total cross section o vs.
3-prong decays are used to measure the decay vertex. In order to get the decay length, the production point has to be determined. This is done by measuring the beam position on a run-by-run basis by using tracks from beam associated events. 7. Decay length distributions are shown in Fig. 2 for the MARK II and the TASS0 experiments. _ . . Haidt, Pietschmann 42 3 The fermion sector retime without a vertex detector. 8 and Fig. 3 compile the available lifetime measurements(some entries are updates).
Electroweak Interactions. Experimental Facts and Theoretical Foundation by D. Haidt, H. Pietschmann, H. Schopper