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2.2 The Fundamental Fermions


2.2 The Fundamental Fermions Next: 2.2.1 Quarks Up: 2 The Standard Model Previous: 2.1 Isospin and SU(2) 2 . 2 The Fundamental Fermions Subsections 2 . 2 . 1 Quarks 2 . 2 . 2 Leptons 2010-01-11

Department of Physics & Astronomy: Home


... Fe-based compounds Unusual metallic states & Anisotropic Superconductivity. Phase diagram of Cuprates, Ironics and Heavy Fermion compounds. Anomalous Normal state Pr-operties. Fermi-Liquid Theory and its violations. Anisotropic ...

The Casimir Effect


... small effect but only the photon force is measurable.  All bosons such as photons pro-duce an attractive Casimir force while fermions make a repulsive contribution.  If electroma-gnetism was supersymmetric there would be fermionic photinos ...

Department of Physics & Astronomy: Chandra Varma


... P. B. Littlewood and C. M. Varma, Phys. Rev. B 26, 4883 (1982). 4. Spin-fluctuation Mediated Even-Parity Pairing in Heavy-Fermion Superconductors, K. Miyake, S. Schmitt-Rink and C. M. Varma, Phys. Rev. B 34, 6554, (1986).  5. Phenomenolo ...

2.3.1 Isospin and SU(2), Redux


... particles are combined into doublets reflects the fact that only they take part in weak int-eractions. Every right-handed fermion, on the other hand, is trivial under . Each one spans the trivial rep, . An example is the right-handed ...

2.3.2 Hypercharge and U(1)


... is even simpler. Since for these particles, the Gell-Mann-Nishijima formula reduces to So, the hypercharge of a right-handed fermion is twice its charge. In summary, the fermions have these hypercharges: The First Generation of Fermions -- ...

UCR Today: Physicist Awarded 2012 Bardeen Prize


... his work on “the identification of the pairing symmetry, pairing mechanism, and multiple superconducting phases in heavy-fermion superconductors.” Superconductors are mate-rials that conduct electricity with near-zero resistance below a ...

2.4 The Standard Model Representation


... irreps, we get a reducible representation containing all the first-generation fermions in the Standard Model. We call the fermion representation . If we take the dual of , we get a repr-esentation describing all the antifermions in the ...

2.2.2 Leptons


... Leptons Next: 2.3 The Fundamental Forces Up: 2.2 The Fundamental Fermions Previ-ous: 2.2.1 Quarks 2 . 2 . 2 Leptons With the quarks and electron, we have met all the fund-amental fermions required to make atoms, and almost all of the ...

2 The Standard Model


... venerable particle that we begin a table of the basic constituents of matter, called `fun-damental fermions'. We will see more soon. Fundamental Fermions (first try) Name Symbol Charge Electron -1 Since the electron is charged, it ...

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