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Unified gauge theories of elementary particles

Nature volume 257, pages 9399 (11 September 1975) | Download Citation



Recent theories which unite weak and electromagnetic interactions provide new hope for a unified theory of fields and their interactions. Experimental developments such as the discovery of neutral currents and the new psi particles lend encouraging support for some of the ideas embodied in these theories.

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  1. Westfield College, University of London, London, UK.

    • E. Leader
    •  & P. G. Williams


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