Physical Review D Particles and Fields
Published/Hosted by The American Physical Society.
ISSN (printed): 0556-2821. ISSN (electronic): 1089-4918.
Physical Review D1 generally covers experimental particle physics and phenomenologically oriented theory of particles and fields. Physical Review D15 covers more formally oriented theory of particles and fields, gravitation, cosmology, and allied areas. The first-of-the-month issue includes papers on subjects such as the following: experimental particle physics (and experiments in other areas of physics whose results are relevant to particles and fields); cosmic-ray physics; phenomenology of collisions; decays, masses, and other properties of particles; electroweak interactions; applications of quantum chromodynamics; development and application of more phenomenological approaches to strong interactions; development and application of specific realistic or semirealistic models beyond the standard model; other theoretical developments of phenomenological interest; lattice gauge theory. The fifteenth-of-the-month issue includes papers on subjects such as the following: general relativity; supergravity; quantum theory of gravitation; cosmology; astrophysics relating to cosmology and particle physics; formal aspects of theory of particles and fields; general and formal developments in gauge field theories, including quantum chromodynamics, grand unified theories: string theory; quantum electrodynamics. Discontinued. Continued by Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology (1550-7998).
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