REVIEW OF PARTICLE PHYSICS Particle Data Group

@article{Olive2014REVIEWOP,
  title={REVIEW OF PARTICLE PHYSICS Particle Data Group},
  author={Keith A. Olive and Kaustubh Agashe and Claude Amsler and M. Antonelli and J-F. Arguin and David Asner and Howard Baer and H. R. Band and R. M. Barnett and Tullio Basaglia and Christian Bauer and James J. Beatty and Viktor Ivanovich Belousov and J{\"u}rgen Beringer and Gregorio Bernardi and Siegfried Bethke and Hans. Bichsel and Otmar Biebel and Edward Blucher and Steven Blusk and Gustaaf Brooijmans and Oliver Buchmueller and Volker Burkert and Maxim Bychkov and R. N. Cahn and M. Carena and Augusto Ceccucci and Alessandro Cerri and Dhiman Chakraborty and M C Chen and R. Sekhar Chivukula and Katherine Copic and Glen Cowan and Orin I. Dahl and Giancarlo D’Ambrosio and T. Damour and Daniel de Florian and Andr'e de Gouvea and Thomas A. DeGrand and Paul de Jong and G{\"u}nther Dissertori and Bogdan A. Dobrescu and M. Doser and Manuel Drees and Herbert K. Dreiner and David A. Edwards and Semen Eidelman and Jens Erler and Vladimir V. Ezhela and Wulf Fetscher and Brian D. Fields and Brian Foster and A. Freitas and Thomas K. Gaisser and H. R. Gallagher and L. Garren and Hannes J Gerber and Gilles Gerbier and Tim Gershon and Tony Gherghetta and Sunil Golwala and Maury Charles Goodman and Christophorus Grab and Andrei Gritsan and Christophe Grojean and Donald E. Groom and M. W. Gr{\"u}newald and Atul Gurtu and Thomas Gutsche and Howard E. Haber and Kaoru Hagiwara and Christoph Hanhart and Shoji Hashimoto and Y. Hayato and Kenneth G. Hayes and Michael Heffner and Brian K. Heltsley and Juan Jos{\'e} Hern{\'a}ndez-Rey and Ken-ichi Hikasa and Andreas Hoecker and J. Holder and Annette Holtkamp and Joey Huston and Jon David Jackson and Kurtis F. Johnson and T. R. Junk and Marumi Kado and D. Karlen and Uli Katz and Spencer R. Klein and Eberhard Klempt and Robert Victor Kowalewski and Frank Krauss and Michal Kreps and B. Krusche and Yu. V. Kuyanov and Y. -J. Kwon and Ofer Lahav and J. W. Laiho and Paul Langacker and Andrew R. Liddle and Zoltan Ligeti and C. J. Lin and T. M. Liss and Laurence S. Littenberg and K. S. Lugovsky and S. B. Lugovsky and Fabio Maltoni and Thomas Mannel and Aneesh V. Manohar and William J. Marciano and Alan D. Martin and Alberto Masoni and J. A. Matthews and David Milstead and Paolo Molaro and Klaus Moenig and Filip Moortgat and Michael J. Mortonson and Hitoshi Murayama and Kei Nakamura and Meenakshi Narain and Paolo Nason and Sergio S{\'a}nchez Navas and Matthias Neubert and P. Nevski and Yosef Nir and Luc Pape and J. A. Parsons and Claudia Patrignani and John A Peacock and Michael R. Pennington and Serguey T. Petcov and Andreas Piepke and Alex Pomarol and Arnulf Quadt and Stuart Raby and Jonas Rademacker and Georg Raffelt and B. N. Ratcliff and Peter J. Richardson and Andreas Ringwald and Stefan Roesler and Simona Rolli and Anatoli Romaniouk and Leslie J. Rosenberg and Jonathan L. Rosner and Gray Rybka and C. T. Achrajda and Yoshihide Sakai and Gavin P. Salam and Subir Sarkar and Fabio Sauli and O. Schneider and Kate Scholberg and Douglas Scott and V. D. Sharma and Stephen R. Sharpe and Marco Silari and Torbj{\"o}rn Sj{\"o}strand and Peter Skands and Jg Smith and George F. Smoot and Stefan Spanier and H. Spieler and Christian Spiering and A. H. M. Stah and Todor Stanev and Sheldon Stone and Takayuki Sumiyoshi and M. J. Sphers and Fuminobu Takahashi and Masaharu Tanabashi and John Terning and Lothar Tiator and Maksym Titov and N. P. Tkachenko and Nils A. Tornqvist and Daniel Tovey and German Valencia and Giuseppe Venanzoni and Manuella Vincter and Petr Vogel and A. Vogt and Scott Patrick Wakely and Wolfgang Walkowiak and C. W. Walter and David R. Ward and Georg Weiglein and David H. Weinberg and Erick Weinberg and Martin White and Lawrence Richard Wiencke and C. C. Woh and L. Wofenstein and John Lewis Womersley and Craig Woody and Ron Workman and Akira Yamamoto and Weiming Yao and G. Zeller and Oleg Zenin and Jiayu Zhang and R Y Zhu and Frank Zimmermann and Piotr Żyła and G. Harper and V. S. Lugovsky and Paul F. Schaffner},
  journal={Chinese Physics C},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={090001}
}
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