Journals Higher Education

£7.99

Paperback

Published: 23 February 2012

192 Pages | 11 black and white illustrations

196x129mm

ISBN: 9780199695997


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Neutrino

Frank Close

  • 'Recommended Reading' in the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics 'background briefing' notes, following the award to neutrino researchers Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald.
  • Unravels the discovery of some of the most enigmatic particles in the universe, looking at their growing significance
  • Considers the role of neutrinos in the Big Bang and their impact on shaping the balance of matter and antimatter in the early universe
  • Touches on speculative ideas concerning the possible uses of neutrinos and looks at the new field of neutrino astronomy
  • Written by a renowned particle physicist and author of The Void and Antimatter
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