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33-779 Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics

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An introduction to the physics of atomic nuclei and elementary particles. This course is suitable as a one-semester course for students not specializing in this area and also provides an introduction to further work in 33-780, 33-78l. Topics included are symmetry principles of strong and weak interactions, quark model, classification of particles and nuclear forces. Prerequisite: 33-769 (or con-currently). 3 hrs. lecture. Typical Text: Perkins, Introduction to High Energy Physics, plus notes and reading.

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