Barkas, W.H.; Rosenfeld, A.H.; Data for Elementary-Particle Physics
Elementary particle data and certain other reference information frequently are needed by research workers in high energy physics in a compact and readily accessible form. For the use of students and staff members in the Radiation Laboratory we have attempted to meet this need. In this summary we have tried to employ units and concepts natural to this field, and to drop those that are irrelevant or obsolete, Slightly older versions of Tables I and V have already appeared in Gell-Mann's and Rosenfeld's
review of elementary particles. scriptsize (M. Gell-Mann and A. H. Rosenfeld, Ann. Rev. Nuclear Sci. 7 (1957) 407).
Related references See also W. H. Barkas, Barnett, Cüer et al., The Range-Energy Relation in Emulsion. Part 1. Range Measurements, UCRL-3768 (April 1957);
W. H. Barkas, The Range-Energy Relation in Emulsion. Part 2. The Theoretical Range, UCRL-3769 (April 1957);
M. Gell-Mann and A. H. Rosenfeld, Ann. Rev. Nucl. Sci. 7 (1957) 407;
J. H. Davies, H. A. Bethe, and L. C. Maximon, Phys. Rev. 93 (1954) 788;
Henri, A. Shapiro, and Way, to be published in Revs. Modern Phys.;
H. A. Bethe and J. Ashkin, Part II of Experimental Nuclear Physics, E. Segrè, Ed. Wiley, New York, (1953);
J. A. Wheeler and W. E. Lamb, Phys. Rev. 55 (1939) 858;
E. R. Cohen, K. M. Crowe, and J. W. M. DuMond, Fundamental Constants of Physics, Interscience, New York (1957);
First collection of particle physics data in a compact and readily accessible form.