Matter and Interactions: a particle physics perspective

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Organtini, Giovanni;
(2011)

In classical mechanics matter and fields are completely separated. Matter interacts with fields. For particle physicists this is not the case. Both matter and fields are represented by particles. Fundamental interactions are mediated by particles exchanged between matte... View more
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