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Martinus Veltman (2003). Facts and Mysteries in Elementary Particle Physics. World Scientific. ISBN 981-238-149-X.
I study theoretical elementary particle physics. My research is focused on aspects of quantum field theory that impact particle physics phenomenology. These include effective field theories; models of physics beyond the standard model; quark and lepton flavor physics, and connections to astrophysics and cosmology.
Over the past 115 years, physicists have discovered that pretty much everything material, including rocks and rain, sun and sunshine, ocean waves and radio waves, can be described in terms of particles (and their corresponding fields.) Experiments have uncovered a large handful of types of particles that appear so far to be elementary (i.e., not…
Here, you look in a tree of links for your question, rather than through a database. It doesn't seem to work as well as the PhysLink page. If you want to read about particle physics in Italian, where you'll find entrancing words like leptonica, barionica and adroni, check out Breve Storia della Fisica delle Particelle for a simple historical review. There is an impressively thorough time line that lists physics discoveries from the time of the ancient Greeks to the present. I've provided an IAQ (Infrequently Asked Questions) on elementary particle physics.