PDG Particle Physics Booklet

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About this app

This app makes PDG's Particle Physics Booklet available on your phone, even when you have no Internet access.

The Particle Physics Booklet is the abridged version of the Review of Particle Physics published by the Particle Data Group (PDG). It provides the PDG averages and fit values for particle masses, widths or lifetimes, branching fractions, and other important quantities, as well as essential tables, figures and equations from selected PDG review articles.

This is the official Booklet app from PDG. It will be updated whenever new editions of the Review of Particle Physics are published.

The current version of the app provides the latest Particle Physics Booklet extracted from the Review of Particle Physics, P.A. Zyla et al. (Particle Data Group), Prog. Theor. Exp. Phys. 2020, 083C01 (2020).
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Dec 22, 2020

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5.0
33 reviews
Kyle Thomsen
May 6, 2021
While I'll always love having a pocket-sized dead-tree copy of the PDG booklet, I've long held that it's needed to be adapted into a mobile application. This is exactly what I've been envisioning for close to a decade: a simple, easy-to-navigate middle ground between squinting at a PDF of the full RPP and rolling the dice on how exactly your mobile browser will butcher the excellent pdgLive website. If you have even the slightest interest in particle physics, this is an absolute must-have.
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A Google user
February 28, 2020
Easy access to lots of information. Would be good if, in meson listings for example, you went first to a list of particles before going to the relevant page of the listings. For example, for ccbar states, would be good to say if I want to see etac, J/psi, X3872, etc, first and then go to the relevant page
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A Google user
March 27, 2020
Amazing to have handy all of the PDG booklets always on my phone (regardless internet connection.. eg on a plane!)
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What's new

Update to 2020 edition.
Now includes Monte Carlo Particle Numbering Scheme review.