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Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology

This series provides a broad range of high-quality books, suitable for experimentalists and theorists, covering all aspects of particle physics, nuclear physics, cosmology, and the interfaces between them. Publications in the series will range from experimentally-oriented books, for example on accelerators and detectors, to books describing broad areas of theory and the supporting experimental data. The publications in this series will be of interest to experimental and theoretical particle physicists and nuclear physicists, as well as to cosmologists and astrophysicists.

General Editors: T. Ericson, European Organization for Nuclear Research, Geneva; P. V. Landshoff, University of Cambridge

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