Chronology of Milestone Events in Particle Physics

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Cabbibo angle CABIBBO 1963
capture, atomic electron, first evidence ALVAREZ 1938
cathode rays
electron discovery THOMSON 1897
nature, material THOMSON 1897
negatively charged particles PERRIN 1895
phosphorescence PERRIN 1895
properties PERRIN 1895
causality condition, quantum field theory GELL-MANN 1954 GOLDBERGER 1955 KARPLUS 1955
causality condition, quantum theory GOLDBERGER 1955B
Chadwick
deuteron photodisintegration CHADWICK 1934
neutral particles CHADWICK 1914
neutron CHADWICK 1932 CHADWICK 1932B
neutron mass CHADWICK 1934
strong interaction CHADWICK 1921
charge
rays, measurement RUTHERFORD 1903
conjugation, neutral particles behavior GELL-MANN 1955
independence, nuclear forces, hypothesis BREIT 1936B
charge-parity nonconservation, weak decays GARWIN 1957
charmed
baryon c(2455)+, first evidence CALICCHIO 1980
doubly strange baryon c, first evidence BIAGI 1985C
hadrons, prediction BJORKEN 1964
quark existence, proposal BJORKEN 1964 GLASHOW 1970
strange antibaryon c(2460)o, first evidence AVERY 1989C
strange baryon c(2460)+, first evidence BIAGI 1983C
strange baryon c(2460)o, first evidence AVERY 1989C
strange mesons Ds, first evidence BRANDELIK 1977D
strange mesons Ds+-, first evidence BRANDELIK 1977D
Vavilov- Cerenkov radiation
evidence CERENKOV 1934
explanation TAMM 1937
theory, confirmation CERENKOV 1937
not a luminescence, evidences VAVILOV 1934
Chew-Frautschi plot to classify hadrons CHEW 1961 FRAUTSCHI 1962
Chew-Low model CHEW 1956
classical electrodynamics, relativistic cut-off FEYNMAN 1948
classification
hadrons CHEW 1961 FRAUTSCHI 1962 GELL-MANN 1964 NISHIJIMA 1955 ZWEIG 1964 ZWEIG 1964B
hadrons, SU(6) GREENBERG 1964 GÜRSEY 1964 SAKITA 1964
hadrons, conflict with Fermi statistics GREENBERG 1964
hadrons, resolution conflict with Fermi statistics BOGOLYUBOV 1965
Nishijima NISHIJIMA 1955
cloud chamber
development BLACKETT 1932
first discovery with it WILSON 1923
invention WILSON 1912
multiplate (MIT) BRIDGE 1955
using with Geiger-Müller counters BLACKETT 1932
Cockcroft-Walton, accelerator COCKCROFT 1932
coincidence method, invention BOTHE 1929
colliding beams, first idea of using KERST 1956
color quantum number, introduction BOGOLYUBOV 1965
colored quarks and gluons, hypothesis BOGOLYUBOV 1965
complex orbital momenta, theory of scattering REGGE 1959 REGGE 1960
composite model of pions, first FERMI 1949
Compton effect COMPTON 1923
confirmation WILSON 1923
condensation effect, monoatomic gases EINSTEIN 1924 EINSTEIN 1925
configuration space of quantum states FOCK 1932
conservation
CP LANDAU 1957 PAIS 1957
baryonic quantum number, invention STÜCKELBERG 1938
global laws GURALNIK 1964
laws, quantum mechanics WIGNER 1927B WIGNER 1932
lepton number, hypothesis NISHIJIMA 1957
leptons FEYNMAN 1958
spatial parity, weak interaction LEE 1956
strangeness, Gell-Mann hadrons classification GELL-MANN 1956
strangeness, Nishijima classification NISHIJIMA 1955
conserved vector current hypothesis, evidence DUNAITSEV 1962
constituent quark model of hadrons GELL-MANN 1964 ZWEIG 1964 ZWEIG 1964B
continuous spectrum
confirmation ELLIS 1927 ELLIS 1927B
firm establishment MEITNER 1930
neutrino hypothesis PAULI 1930 PAULI 1934
observation CHADWICK 1914
corpuscular-wave dualism
DE BROGLIE 1923
electron DAVISSON 1927 DAVISSON 1927B DE BROGLIE 1923 DE BROGLIE 1923B THOMSON 1928
photon EINSTEIN 1906
correspondence principle, invention BOHR 1918
cosmic rays
conclusive evidence HESS 1912
confirmation HESS 1913
firm establishment HESS 1926
ionizing particles BOTHE 1929
penetrating charged particles, confirmation BLACKETT 1932
shower SKOBELZYN 1929
shower, confirmation BLACKETT 1933
cosmological upper bound on mass GERSHTEIN 1966
Cosmotron, first V0 particles production FOWLER 1953C
Cowan, cascade decay COWAN 1954
CP conservation
weak interaction, hypothesis LANDAU 1957
weak interaction, proposal to test PAIS 1957
CP violation
KL semilepton decays, first evidence BENNETT 1967 DORFAN 1967
baryonic asymmetry, universe SAKHAROV 1967
evidence CHRISTENSON 1964
renormalizable theory KOBAYASHI 1973B
superweak theory WOLFENSTEIN 1964
CPT invariance
local quantum field theory LUDERS 1954
test VAN DYCK 1987
cumulative effect BALDIN 1973
CVC hypothesis validity, first experimental evidence DUNAITSEV 1962
cyclotron
further development LAWRENCE 1932
medical applications LAWRENCE 1939
phase stability principle BROBECK 1947
proposal LAWRENCE 1931
test LAWRENCE 1931B

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