standard model


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standard model

n.
A theory in quantum physics that explains the properties, behaviors, and interactions of the elementary particles and the fundamental forces other than gravitation in terms of broken gauge symmetries.

standard model

n
(General Physics) physics a theory of fundamental interactions in which the electromagnetic, weak, and strong interactions are described in terms of the exchange of virtual particles
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standard model

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Bunatian, Radiative Corrections to the Neutron [beta]-decay within the Standard Model, arXiv:hep-ph/0311350 (November 2003) [Accessed November 2003].
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According to the standard model of cosmology, the fluctuations arose immediately after the Big Bang and were stretched to cosmologically large scales during a brief period of accelerated expansion known as inflation.
With 70 trillion collisions under its belt, the LHC has stalwartly defended the standard model, the reigning theory of particle physics.
Present data shows no deviation from the Standard Model of fundamental interactions, explains Binetruy (physics, U.
Two parameters describe neutron [beta]-decay within the Standard Model. One parameter is the first entry [V.sub.ud] of the quark-mixing Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM)-matrix.
Strongly interacting dynamics beyond the Standard Model has been suggested as a fundamental framework for the origin of the Higgs sector of the Standard Model itself.
"New physics" is the term scientists use to describe a phenomenon that can't be explained using the Standard Model - the framework that governs our understanding of three of the universe's four known fundamental forces.
Valle and Romao present students and academics with a comprehensive textbook examination of the standard model of particle physics and the study of neutrinos.
Supersymmetry, or SUSY, has gained popularity as a way to explain some of the inconsistencies in the traditional theory of subatomic physics known as the Standard Model.

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