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CP-Nonconservation

  • R. H. Dalitz
Conference paper
Part of the Acta Physica Austriaca Supplementum XXIV book series (FEWBODY, volume 24/1982)

Abstract

The standard model of the Electroweak Interactions, a gauge theory based on an SU (2) × U(1) symmetry spontaneously broken, has been remarkably successful in accounting for a very wide range of data on these interactions. Consequently, in these lectures concerning CP-nonconservation in the weak interactions, we shall work entirely within the framework of this model, since this is the most economical approach until such time as this framework may be shown to be too restrictive for the interpretation of the observed facts. Unfortunately, the positive facts which we have concerning CP-nonconservation effects have been few in number for quite some time, although there appears hope of obtaining further facts from observations on the New Mesons, as well as from more precise experiments on the neutral K mesons, in the next few years, as we shall discuss below.

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Higgs Boson Decay Mode Neutrino Oscillation Higgs Doublet Higgs Particle 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. H. Dalitz
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  1. 1.Dept. of Theoretical PhysicsOxford UniversityOxfordGreat Britain

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