By Gordon Haaland (auth.), Paul H. Frampton, Sheldon L. Glashow, Asim Yildiz (eds.)
This workshop held on the New England middle supplied a well timed chance for over a hundred members to collect in a different setting and talk about the current prestige of the unification of robust and electroweak forces. One explanation for the timeliness used to be might be that experiments of the seventies had already lent affirmation to the separate theories of sturdy and of electroweak forces, in order that for the eighties it now turns out particularly compelling to aim the grand unification of those forces. additionally, the deliberate experiments to look for proton decay and the hot experiments that are suggestive, notwithstanding now not but conclusive, of non-zero neutrino leisure lots upload additional stimulus to the speculation. hence, the workshop supplied an excellent discussion board for trade of principles among lively physicists. The shows on the workshop coated the current prestige of either thought and test with a robust interaction. additionally, there have been shows from the self-discipline of astrophysics that is turning into very intertwined with that of high-energy physics specifically whilst within the latter one is addressing energies and temperatures that have been extant purely within the first nanosecond of the universe. On scan, we heard a entire insurance of the 4 usa proton decay experiments. The Brookhaven-Irvine-Michigan test within the Morton Salt Mine at Fairport Harbor, Ohio was once mentioned through LARRY SULAK, whereas DAVID WINN talked at the Harvard-Purdue-Wisconsin attempt within the Silver King Mine, Utah. MARVIN MARSHAK and RICHARD STEINBERG defined respectively the Soudan Mine, Minnesot~ and the Homestake Mine, South Dakot~experiments.
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Harvey, P. B. Reiss, Cal Tech Preprint CALT-68-758 (1980) • ~, 451 (1974). CHARGE CONJUGATION AND ITS VIOLATION IN UNIFIED MODELS R. Slansky Theoretical Division Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory* University of California Los Alamos, NM 87545 Abstract Yang-Mills theories admitting a charge conjugation the representation of left-handed fermions ~L particular attention to flavor chiral theories, where conjugate. C, which reflects onto itself, are reviewed with f -L is non-self- Simple cases of the fermion mass matrices in studied, and it is observed that the weak isospin mass can be classified into its are and I W conserving part of the C conserving and C violating pieces.
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