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Table Of Contents

1.2 Why We Believe in Quarks
1.3 The Fundamental Interactions
For Further Reading
References
2.1 Hamilton's Principle
2.2 Free Field Theory Examples
2.3 Symmetries and Conservation Laws
Problems
3.1 Historical Preliminaries
3.2 Gauge Invariance in Classical Electrodynamics
3.3 Phase Invariance in Quantum Mechanics
3.4 Significance of Potentials in Quantum Theory
3.5 Phase Invariance in Field Theory
3.6 Feynman Rules for Electromagnetism
4.4 Assessment
5.1 The Idea of Spontaneously Broken Symmetries
5.2 Spontaneous Breaking of Continuous Symmetries
5.3 The Higgs Mechanism
5.4 Spontaneous Breakdown of a Non-Abelian Symmetry
5.5 Prospects
6.1 An Effective Lagrangian for the Weak Interactions
6.2 Intermediate Vector Bosons
6.3 The Standard Model
6.4 Neutral-Current Interactions
6.5 The Higgs Boson
6.6 Renormalizability of the Theory
7.2 Electron-Positron Annihilations
7.3 Deeply Inelastic Lepton-Hadron Scattering
7.4 Madron Hadron Interactions
7.5 Reflections
8.1 A Color Gauge Theory
8.2 Charge Renormalization in Electrodynamics
8.3 The Running Coupling Constant in QCD
8.4 Perturbative QCD: An Example
8.5 QCD Corrections to Deeply Inelastic Scattering
8.7 Strong-Interaction Symmetries
8.8 Color Confinement
9.1 Why Unify?
9.2 The SU(5) Model
9.3 Nucleon Decay
9.4 The Baryon Number of the Universe
9.5 An Assessment
Epilogue
APPENDIX A: NOTATIONS AND CONVENTIONS
A.1 Four-Vectors and Scalar Product
A.2 Dirac Matrices
A.3 Trace Theorems and Tensor Contractions
A.4 Dirac Equation and Dirac Spinors
APPENDIX B: OBSERVABLES AND FEYNMAN RULES
B.2 Feynman Rules: Generalities
B.3 Feynman Integrals
B.4 Regularization Procedures
B.5 Feynman Rules: Electrodynamics
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