# Book for particles physics [duplicate]

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Particle physics getting started

I'm looking for a book that introduces the building blocks refer to the standard model for a course in nuclear physics. There are good books on this?

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## marked as duplicate by David Z♦Jul 11 '11 at 18:26

Do you want the book to be popular or technical? And if technical, on what level (e.g. are you already familiar with QFT?)? – Marek Nov 24 '10 at 13:01
I'm an italian student in theoretical physics and I'll follow a course of QFT in the next didactic period. I'm now follow a course of nuclear physics in wich there is an introduction to the elementary particles physics and standard model and I'm looking for an introductory book to this argument – Andy Bale Nov 24 '10 at 13:16

There is also a pretty nice (if quite popular) Flip Tanedo's blog series on the topic. If you like that, I also recommend the rest of his posts $-$ they're pretty cool.