The Standard Model of Particle Physics

@article{Gaillard1999TheSM,
  title={The Standard Model of Particle Physics},
  author={Mary Katherin Gaillard and Paul D. Grannis and Francis J. Sciulli},
  journal={Reviews of Modern Physics},
  year={1999},
  volume={71},
  pages={161-187}
}
Over the past three decades a compelling case has emerged for the now widely accepted standard model of elementary particles and forces. A “Standard Model” is a theoretical framework built from observation that predicts and correlates new data. The Mendeleev table of elements was an early example in chemistry; from the periodic table one could predict the properties of many hitherto unstudied elements and compounds. Nonrelativistic quantum theory is another standard model that has correlated… Expand
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