From two mesons and (V-A) weak currents to the standard model of quark and lepton interactions
This retrospective paper traces the conceptual evolution of two theories in which the author was involved—the two-meson theory (with H A Bethe) in 1947 and the universal (V-A) theory of weak interactions (with E C G Sudarshan) in 1957—into the present-day standard model of particle interactions. Part 1 is entitled ‘From the pion to QCD and pseudo-Goldstone bosons” and Part 2 “From the muon and neutrino to QFD and chiral anomalies’.
Volume 94, 2019
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