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A roadmap for learning standard model of particle physics [duplicate]

Assuming that a person has understanding of theory of Lie groups, Lie algebras and basic quantum mechanics, what is the simplest route to gain a basic understanding of the SM of particle physics? Are ...
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Good book on quantum field theory to start learning as an undergraduate? [duplicate]

I am looking for a book to study QFT in my vacations. I have all the standard maths on an undergraduate physics program level plus a little of group theory. I found very good reviews from Quantum ...
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Addtional QFT Book synergetic to Srednicki. Differences $\phi^4$ and $\phi^3$ [duplicate]

I currently hear a course to basic QFT in path integral formulation. Focus is on few and elementary particles, not on many body systems. The lecturer follows the book of Srednicki, which therefore ...
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Literature on Quantum Field Theory/Standard Model Physics? [duplicate]

I am looking for a self-contained book that explains the concepts of QFT in the most general way but that still explains the mathematical concepts which surprass the general level of physics ...
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Self Study Textbook Progression from QM to QFT? [duplicate]

Hello Physics StackExchange! I will put the TL;DR in the beginning: I need a self contained, relatively hand-holding sequence of textbooks that covers up from the end of Griffith's Intro to QM to ...
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Quantum Field Theory literature - rigorous and clean [duplicate]

I'm a physics student that is currently having a lecture on Introduction to Quantum Field Theory. The topics covered are: Relativistic quantum mechanics Elements of classical field theory ...
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Need A Collection Textbooks To Use As Stepping Stones to QFT [duplicate]

So, I am a medical physics student with a long term goal of learning QFT. Unfortunately, I do not have the time to take courses that would build up to QFT. I have taken the time to search for many ...
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Book to read before “introduction to gauge field theory” by Bailin and Love [duplicate]

A teacher has recommended me to read this book in order to prepare for a project I am doing. Anyway, I feel that I should need a book in order to prepare for this one. Any suggestions?
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Quantum field theory notes recommendation [duplicate]

I am looking for either textbook or notes that thoroughly present problems and their solutions that arise in the basic Quantum field theory (Klein-Gordon, Dirac, Noether, interaction lagrangian and ...
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Book recommendations [closed]

Every once in a while, we get a question asking for a book or other educational reference on a particular topic at a particular level. This is a meta-question that collects all those links together. ...
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Scattering theory textbooks

I am looking for a possibly extensive list of great textbooks on elastic and inelastic scattering of particles within quantum field theory. So far I am familiar with: Peskin and Schroeder: An ...
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Why do scientists do particle collision experiments more than once?

Why are the particle collision experiments involving the same particles are done more than once. Shouldn't the collision of the same particles with the same velocity as the experiment before give out ...