### Table 1: Documents in which the topic Particle-physics appears with the highest probability in each of the epochs

2007

Cited by 2

### TABLE VIII: The 23 PR publications in elementary-particle physics with gt; 1500 total citations from all sources, according to the SPIRES database. The number of PR cites through the end of 2003 are also shown.

2004

Cited by 8

### Table 8.2: The transformation properties of physical states for particles (a) and antiparticles ( a).

### Table 1.1: The twelve fundamental particles [23, p. 33]. So far, physicists believe that these are the basic constituents of all matter known. Every particle has an anti-particle with corresponding physical properties which have not been included in the table. The electrical charge is given in quantities of the charge of a single electron, and the mass of the particle is given in its energy equivalent.

2007

### Table III: Comparing student responses indicative of the Newtonian particle model, the Particle Pulses Mental Model, and the simplified wave physics model (in the small angle, non-dispersive medium approximation). Many students use elements of several models when answering questions concerning wave physics.

### Table 1. Physical properties of the numerical simulations. The box size L is given in h?1Mpc, the particle mass mp in units of 1011 h?1M .

"... In PAGE 4: ... And it can be expected that they are sites for active structure formation processes in nature. The results for the different cosmological models intro- duced in Table1 are comparable and therefore only a plot for the CDM model is presented. Fig.... ..."

### Table 1. The SUSY partners of Standard Model particles.

"... In PAGE 1: ... SUSY Since previous speakers have introduced the Supersymmetric Standard Model, I will give only a brief reminder, in order to present the particle content and parameters and to set the notation. Recall that SUSY essen- tially doubles the particle content of the standard model ( Table1 ). Each Presented at the XXI School of Theoretical Physics, Ustro~ n apos;99: Recent Developments in Theory of Fundamental Interactions.... ..."

### Table I: Threshold coe cients appearing in the renormalization group equation of the trilinear scalar coupling A . Note that the threshold corrections introduced in our approximation by the theta-functions at 1-loop are expected to be comparable to the standard 2-loop RG corrections. In our nu- merical analysis that we follow we shall employ the 2-loop RG equations which have not been presented here due to their complicated form but can be found elsewhere[7]. The problem at hand consists in nding the physical masses of the presently unobserved particles, i.e. squarks, sleptons, Higgses, Higgsinos and gauginos, as well as their physical couplings to other observed particles. This will be achieved by integrating the Renormalization Group equations from a superheavy scale MX, taken to be in the neighbourhood of 1016GeV , down to a scale Qo in the stepwise manner stated. If the equation at hand is the Renormalization Group equation

### Table 1: Some Common Particles and Quantum Number Assignments

2008

"... In PAGE 1: ... These selection rules are based on quantum numbers, physical quantities assigned to each particle. Table1 shows the values of important quantum numbers for a set of particles [12]. The Standard Model with massless neutrinos includes the conservation of these quantum numbers [11].... In PAGE 3: ... Say that particle pi carries a quantum number q if q(i) negationslash = 0. For example, the carriers of electron number are the electron, positron, electron neutrino, electron antineutrino (see Table1 ).... ..."

### Table 1: Kinematic variables relevant to Deep Inelastic Scattering (~k; E) Momentum and energy of the incoming lepton (~k0; E0) Momentum and energy of the outgoing lepton = E ? E0

"... In PAGE 4: ... W and Z0 exchanges are not important at the energies of the current spin experiments. The kinematic variables relevant for this process are listed in Table1 . The formalism for Deep Inelastic Scattering (DIS) is developped in many texts on particle physics 3;4;5;6;7.... ..."