Particle physics, often called High Energy Physics (HEP) deals with the smallest building blocks of everything around us - subatomic elementary particles.
It is not about particles you could see under a microscope (e.g. dust particles) and it is not about chemical molecules.
The World Wide Web was invented by particle physicists at CERN.
Organized list at Fermilab.
Division of Particles and Fields.
Provides information on CERN where accelerators boost beams of particles to high energies before they are made to collide with each other or with stationary targets. Detectors observe and record the results of these collisions.
High energy physics databases at Durham University (UK): reactions (cross-sections, structure functions), experiments, email addresses.
Particle physics, high energy physics, news and resources.
An international collaboration that reviews particle physics and related areas of astrophysics, and compiles/analyzes data on particle properties.
Organized collection of links to high energy physics resources: reference, experiments, conferences, directories, publications, education, software.
Databases and documents at SLAC. Mail and telephone directory of HEP people worldwide, conferences, institutions, experiments, preprints, books.
Page devoted to the symmetry breaking, the mechanism that makes all mass.
Description of plans for a dedicated experiment to measure the muon electric dipole moment. Source material and links to theories and experiments.
John A. Gowan presents and discusses a table of elementary particles, including the weak force Intermediate Vector Bosons and Higgs particles.
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