Gauge Theories of Weak Interactions

@inproceedings{Taylor1976GaugeTO,
  title={Gauge Theories of Weak Interactions},
  author={John C. Taylor and Helen R. Quinn},
  year={1976}
}
Foreword Preface Notation and conventions 1. Introduction 2. Weak interactions and vector mesons 3. Photons 4. The Yang-Mills field 5. Spontaneous breaking of symmetries 6, Spontaneous breaking of local gauge symmetries 7. Topology and symmetry-breaking 8. Theory of leptons 9. A provisional model of hadron weak interactions 10. Feynman's path-integral formulation of quantum mechanics 11. Quantization of gauge fields 12. Ward-Takahashi identities 13. Regularization and anomalies 14… Expand
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