Discovery of Fundamental Particles | Classification of Fundamental Particles | Quarks | Leptons | Antiparticles | Bosons | Interactions | Centre-of-mass Energy | Virtual Photons | Electromagnetic Interactions | Gluons and Colour Charges | W Boson and Weak Processes | Coupling and Coupling Constants | Hadrons | Baryons and Mesons | Hyperfine Splitting | Discovery of Partons inside Nucleons | Baryon Octet, Baryon Decuplet, Meson Nonet | Strangeness | Isospin | Baryon Octet with spin 1/2 | Baryon Decuplet with spin 3/2 | Meson Nonet with spin 0 | Meson Nonet with spin 1 | Discovery of Strange Quark | Examples of the Decays | Cosmic Rays and Muons | Parity | Charge conjugation | CP Operation | Cross-Section and Resonance | Branching Ratio | Discovery of W and Z bosons | Accelerators and Colliders | Discovery of Vector Mesons | Quarkonium | Omega Baryons | Production and Separation of Secondary Beams | Examples of Interactions | Neutral K Meson | D Mesons | B Mesons | Supermultiplets | Charmed and Bottom Lambda Baryons | Charmed and Bottom Sigma Baryons | Charmed and Bottom Xi Baryons | Charmed and Bottom Omega Baryons | Positive Bottom Sigma-star Baryon | Neutral Bottom Xi-star Baryon | The Top Quark | V Particles | Higgs Boson | Neutrinos | Mean Lifetime | Electroweak Unification | Grand Unified Theory | Supersummetry | The Big Bang Theory
Mohit Joshi, The Author Of This Book Is Graduate In 'Electronics & Communication Engineering' & Is GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test In Engineering) Qualified. He Is Particularly Interested In Cosmology & High Energy Physics. Albert Einstein & Richard Feynman Are His Favourite Nobel Laureates. MohitJoshi.com Is The Personal Website Of The Author.
The authors outline how their positions have further diverged on a number of key issues, including the spatial geometry of the universe, inflationary versus cyclic theories of the cosmos, and the black-hole information-loss paradox. Though much progress has been made, Hawking and Penrose stress that physicists still have further to go in their quest for a quantum theory of gravity.