Neutrino Physics. 2nd edition (Relié)

Klaus Winter

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Thoroughly revised and updated, this new edition presents a coherent and comprehensive overview of modern neutrino physics. The book covers all the major areas of current interest, with chapters discussing the intrinsic properties of neutrinos, the theory of the interaction of neutrinos with matter, experimental investigations of the weak interaction in neutrino processes, the theory and supporting experiment for the basic properties of the interaction of neutrinos with fermions, and on astrophysics and cosmology. Several chapters have been completely rewritten. This edition presents new data on solar neutrinos and an update of the results of searches for double beta decay. It also contains a new chapter on direct measurements of the neutrino mass, with high precision data from experiments at Fermilab and CERN, and at the Kamiokande Laboratory in Japan. An essential reference text for particle physicists, nuclear physicists and astrophysicists.
    • History
    • Intrinsic properties of neutrinos
    • Theory of the interaction of neutrinos with matter
    • Experimental studies of the weak interaction
    • Study of nucleon structure by neutrinos
    • Neutrinos in astrophysics and cosmology

Biographie de Klaus Winter

Klaus Winter studied physics at the University of Hamburg and finished his graduate studies at the Collège de France (Paris) with a PhD degree at the Sorbonne. He then joined CERN (Geneva) and has led several experiments in particle physics, including a measurement of the (0 lifetime, giving the first confirmation of the color property of quarks, the first experimental confirmation of the discovery of CP violation in K0 decay, and a precise test of the (S/(Q rule. Since 1975 he has performed a series of neutrino experiments at CERN, with special emphasis on the study of neutral current phenomena. He is Professor of Physics at the Humboldt University (Berlin) and has been Regents Professor at the University of California and guest Professor at the Collège de France.

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