Introduction to Elementary Particles

@inproceedings{Griffiths1987IntroductionTE,
  title={Introduction to Elementary Particles},
  author={David J Griffiths},
  year={1987}
}

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I warn you, however. that these are all difficult and advanced books. For elementary particle physics itself. the following books (listed in order of increasing difficulty) are especially useful
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