## An Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics book download

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**An Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics by D. A. Greenwood, W. N. Cottingham**

**Download An Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics**

**An Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics D. A. Greenwood, W. N. Cottingham ebook**

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Page: 294

ISBN: 0521852498, 9780521852494

Format: pdf

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