Review of Particle Physics: Particle data group

  title={Review of Particle Physics: Particle data group},
  author={Kaoru Hagiwara and Ken-ichi Hikasa and Kei Nakamura and Masaharu Tanabashi and Manuel Aguilar-Benitez and Claude Amsler and R. M. Barnett and P. R. Burchat and Christopher D. Carone and Carlo Caso and Gianni Conforto and Orin I. Dahl and M. Doser and Semen Eidelman and Jonathan L. Feng and Lawrence Gibbons and Maury Charles Goodman and Christophorus Grab and Donald E. Groom and Atul Gurtu and Kenneth G. Hayes and Juan Jos{\'e} Hern{\'a}ndez-Rey and Klaus Honscheid and Christopher Kolda and Michelangelo L. Mangano and D. Mark Manley and Aneesh V. Manohar and John March-Russell and Alberto Masoni and Ramon Miquel and Klaus M{\"o}nig and Hitoshi Murayama and Sergio S{\'a}nchez Navas and Keith A. Olive and Luc Pape and Claudia Patrignani and Andreas Piepke and Matts Roos and John Terning and Nils A. Tornqvist and Thomas G. Trippe and Petr Vogel and Charles G. Wohl and Ron Workman and Weiming Yao and B. Armstrong and P. S. Gee and K. S. Lugovsky and S. B. Lugovsky and V. S. Lugovsky and Marina Artuso and David Asner and K. S. Babu and Elisabetta Luigia Barberio and Marco Battaglia and Hans. Bichsel and Otmar Biebel and Philippe Bloch and Robert Cahn and Ariella Cattai and R. Sekhar Chivukula and Robert D. Cousins and Glen Cowan and T. Damour and K. Desler and R. J. Donahue and David A. Edwards and Victor Daniel Elvira and Jens Erler and Vladimir V. Ezhela and A. Fasso and Wulf Fetscher and Brian D. Fields and Brian Foster and Daniel Froidevaux and Masataka Fukugita and Thomas K. Gaisser and L. Garren and Hannes J Gerber and Frederick J. Gilman and Howard E. Haber and Christian Hagmann and Joanne L. Hewett and Ian Hinchliffe and Craig Hogan and Gerhard H{\"o}hler and Peter Igo-Kemenes and Jon David Jackson and Kurtis F. Johnson and D. Karlen and Boris J. Kayser and Spencer R. Klein and Konrad Kleinknecht and I. G. Knowles and Patricia A. Kreitz and Yu. V. Kuyanov and Rolf Landua and Paul Langacker and Laurence S. Littenberg and Alan D. Martin and T. Nakada and Meenakshi Narain and Paolo Nason and John A Peacock and Helen R. Quinn and Stuart Raby and Georg Raffelt and E. A. Razuvaev and Burkhard Renk and Luigi Rolandi and M. T. Ronan and Leslie J. Rosenberg and Christopher T C Sachrajda and Anthony I. Sanda and Subir Sarkar and Michael Henry Schmitt and O. Schneider and Douglas Scott and William Seligman and Michael Herman Shaevitz and Torbj{\"o}rn Sj{\"o}strand and George F. Smoot and S. M. Spanier and H. Spieler and N. J. C. Spooner and Mark Allen Srednicki and Achim Stahl and Todor Stanev and M. Suzuki and N. P. Tkachenko and German Valencia and Karl A. van Bibber and Manuella Vincter and David R. Ward and Bryan R Webber and Martin Whalley and Lincoln Wolfenstein and John Lewis Womersley and Craig Woody and Oleg Zenin},
  journal={Physical Review D},
This biennial Review summarizes much of particle physics. Using data from previous editions, plus 2658 new measurements from 644 papers, we list, evaluate, and average measured properties of gauge bosons, leptons, quarks, mesons, and baryons. We summarize searches for hypothetical particles such as Higgs bosons, heavy neutrinos, and supersymmetric particles. All the particle properties and search limits are listed in Summary Tables. We also give numerous tables, figures, formulae, and reviews… 
Top quark physics at hadron colliders
The top quark, discovered at the FERMILAB TEVATRON collider in 1995, is the heaviest known elementary particle. Today, ten years later, still relatively little is known about its properties. The
Minimal archi-texture for neutrino mass matrices
The origin of the observed masses and mixing angles of quarks and leptons is one of imperative subjects in and beyond the standard model. Toward a deeper understanding of flavor structure, we
Top quark physics at the LHC
Top quark physics is one of the pillars of fundamental research in the field of high-energy physics. It gives access to precision measurements for constraining the standard model of particles and
CP-Violation phase analysis via nontrivial correlation of quarks and leptons in 3 + 1 scenario
The existence and mysterious nature of sterile neutrinos are revolutionizing physics from the particle level to the cosmological scales. The recent results from the MiniBooNE experiment at Fermi-lab
Hadron physics at the COMPASS experiment
Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the theory of strong interactions, in principle describes the interaction of quark and gluon fields. However, due to the self-coupling of the gluons, quarks and gluons
Precision Higgs measurements: constraints from new oblique corrections
A bstractNew particles entering into self-energies of the Higgs boson would necessarily modify loop-induced couplings of the Higgs, if the new particle carries standard model gauge quantum numbers.
Nonstandard heavy mesons and baryons: Experimental evidence
Quantum chromodynamics (QCD), the generally accepted theory for strong interactions, describes the interactions between quarks and gluons. The strongly interacting particles that are seen in nature
Note on universal description of heavy and light mesons
The experimental spectrum of excited S-wave vector mesons with hidden quark flavor reveals a remarkable property: For all flavors, it is approximately linear in mass squared, , n is the radial


The Particle Data Group: Growth and Operations-Eighteen Years of Particle Physics
A review is given of the growth of particle physics data as it relates to the collection, evaluation, correction, verification, analysis, and distribution by the Particle Data Group. (SDF)
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