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Contemporary Topics in Medium Energy Physics : Fundamental and Applied Catalysis - K. Goerke

Contemporary Topics in Medium Energy Physics

Fundamental and Applied Catalysis

By: K. Goerke (Editor), W. Y. Pauchy Hwang (Editor), J. Speth (Editor)

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The primary objective of the book on "Contemporary Topics in Medium Energy Physics" is to help the reader in exploring important frontier research, as of the year of 1992, in the area of medium energy physics. The book is the result of the multi-pronged efforts by the authors who were invited to speak at the Second German- Chinese Symposium on "Medium Energy Physics" (September 7-10, 1992, Bochum, Germany). The premise of the meeting is to investigate primarily how quantum chromo dynamics (QCD), the candidate theory of strong interactions, manifests itself in high energy and nuclear physics. This book is divided into four parts: (i) field-theoretic treatments in QCD; (ii) effective chirally symmetric models and QCD; (iii) electroweak physics in general; and (iv) topological solutions. The focus is more on exposition of new ideas, rather than a comprehensive review of the current status, concerning these subjects, as of the year of 1992. As there are many distinctly different research areas in contemporary intermediate energy physics, we could only choose a few topics of current interest, especially those which are related, directly or indirectly, to the structural studies of the nucleon (proton or neutron). Fortunately, there are in recent years merging trends in these studies: There is a call for an alternative, and more efficient, method to handle problems related to strong interactions (as described by QCD). This is the focus of the papers included in Part I.

Regularization and Renormalization within the Hamiltonian Formulation of QCDp. 3
Vacuum Polarization in Nucleon Structurep. 9
QCD Sum Rules and the Nucleon Structurep. 17
Evolution Equations for Nonlocal Hadron Operatorsp. 37
Non-perturbative Propagators in QCDp. 51
An Extended Perturbation Theory for QCDp. 63
Solitonic Solutions of the SU(2) Nambu-Jona-Lasinio Model with Vector Mesonsp. 79
Highlights of the Nambu-Jona-Lasinio Chiral Solitonp. 89
The Strange Content of the Baryons in the SU(3) Nambu-Jona-Lasinio Modelp. 109
Large-N[subscript c] Higher Order Weak Chiral Lagrangians for Nonleptonic and Radiative Kaon Decaysp. 125
A Chirally Symmetric, Confining Quark Modelp. 139
Nucleon's Possible Quark-Diquark Structurep. 151
Consequences of the Heavy Quark Symmetry for Semileptonic Decays of Heavy Baryonsp. 163
Heavy Quark Symmetry and Heavy-Flavor-Conserving Nonleptonic Weak Decaysp. 177
Spectator and Non-Spectator Models in the B Meson Systemsp. 193
The Electromagnetic Structure of Hadrons and Gauge Invariancep. 203
Meson-Meson Contributions to the Nucleon Sigma-Term and Electromagnetic Form Factorsp. 217
[Delta] Excitations in Nuclei and the Coherent Pion Decayp. 229
Recent Progress in the 3N- and 4N-Problemp. 243
Spin-Dependent Inelastic Electron Scattering from Three-Nucleon Bound Statesp. 257
Maximal-Decoupling Variational Principle and Optimal Auxiliary Hamiltonians for Nuclear Collective Motionsp. 271
SU(N) Instantons in the Field Strength Approach to QCDp. 287
Applications of instanton Induced Quark Forces in Hadron Spectroscopy and Nuclear Physicsp. 299
Sphalerons in the Weak Interactionsp. 315
Braid Group Structure in Chern-Simons Theory on a Torusp. 331
Anomaly Langrangian with Nucleonp. 345
Author Indexp. 355
Subject Indexp. 357
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ISBN: 9780306446368
ISBN-10: 0306446367
Series: Fundamental and Applied Catalysis
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 364
Published: 30th April 1994
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.57