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2.2 The Fundamental Fermions math.ucr.edu/~huerta/guts/node5.html 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 20100111
Department of Physics & Astronomy: Home ... Febased compounds Unusual metallic states & Anisotropic Superconductivity. Phase diagram of Cuprates, Ironics and Heavy Fermion compounds. Anomalous Normal state Properties. FermiLiquid Theory and its violations. Anisotropic ...
The Casimir Effect www.math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/Quantum/casimir.html ... small effect but only the photon force is measurable. All bosons such as photons produce an attractive Casimir force while fermions make a repulsive contribution. If electromagnetism was supersymmetric there would be fermionic photinos ...
Department of Physics & Astronomy: Chandra Varma www.physics.ucr.edu/people/faculty/varma.html ... P. B. Littlewood and C. M. Varma, Phys. Rev. B 26, 4883 (1982). 4. Spinfluctuation Mediated EvenParity Pairing in HeavyFermion Superconductors, K. Miyake, S. SchmittRink and C. M. Varma, Phys. Rev. B 34, 6554, (1986). 5. Phenomenolo ...
2.3.1 Isospin and SU(2), Redux math.ucr.edu/~huerta/guts/node9.html ... particles are combined into doublets reflects the fact that only they take part in weak interactions. Every righthanded fermion, on the other hand, is trivial under . Each one spans the trivial rep, . An example is the righthanded ...
2.3.2 Hypercharge and U(1) math.ucr.edu/~huerta/guts/node10.html ... is even simpler. Since for these particles, the GellMannNishijima formula reduces to So, the hypercharge of a righthanded 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 heavyfermion superconductors.” Superconductors are materials that conduct electricity with nearzero resistance below a ...
2.4 The Standard Model Representation math.ucr.edu/~huerta/guts/node13.html ... irreps, we get a reducible representation containing all the firstgeneration fermions in the Standard Model. We call the fermion representation . If we take the dual of , we get a representation describing all the antifermions in the ...
2.2.2 Leptons math.ucr.edu/~huerta/guts/node7.html ... Leptons Next: 2.3 The Fundamental Forces Up: 2.2 The Fundamental Fermions Previous: 2.2.1 Quarks 2 . 2 . 2 Leptons With the quarks and electron, we have met all the fundamental fermions required to make atoms, and almost all of the ...
2 The Standard Model math.ucr.edu/~huerta/guts/node3.html ... venerable particle that we begin a table of the basic constituents of matter, called `fundamental fermions'. We will see more soon. Fundamental Fermions (first try) Name Symbol Charge Electron 1 Since the electron is charged, it ...

