Chronology of Milestone Events in Particle Physics

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magnetic moment
deuteron, measurement ESTERMAN 1934 KELLOGG 1939
electron DIRAC 1928 DIRAC 1928B VAN DYCK 1987
electron, calculation SCHWINGER 1948B
electron, first measurement FOLEY 1948 KUSCH 1947
muon, measurement GARWIN 1957
neutron, first direct measurement ALVAREZ 1940
neutron, measurement ESTERMAN 1934
neutron, prediction ALTSHULER 1934
positron VAN DYCK 1987
proton, first measurement FRISCH 1933
proton, further measurement ESTERMAN 1933
proton, measurement KELLOGG 1939
magnetic monopole, possible existence prediction DIRAC 1931
Majorana neutrino MAJORANA 1937
Majorana, nuclear forces MAJORANA 1933
Mandelstam representation MANDELSTAM 1958
mass generation, gauge fields
Higgs mechanism HIGGS 1964B HIGGS 1966
Higgs-Kibble mechanism KIBBLE 1967
mass
K+, first precise measurement CHUPP 1955
Ko THOMPSON 1953B
KS-KL difference BOLDT 1958B
, cosmological upper bound GERSHTEIN 1966
o- difference PANOFSKY 1951
o, measurement PLANO 1957
W± WEINBERG 1967
W±, estimation SALAM 1964
Zo WEINBERG 1967
charged kaons, comparison FUNG 1956
charged kaons, measurement BIRGE 1955B
neutrino, first estimation FERMI 1934
neutrino, parity nonconservation SALAM 1957
neutron CHADWICK 1934
top quark ABACHI 1995G ABE 1995
mass-energy relation EINSTEIN 1905C
massive muon pairs in hadron collisions, observation CHRISTENSON 1970
matrix formalism
Heisenberg quantum mechanics, invention BORN 1925
matrix formalism, Heisenberg quantum mechanics, invention BORN 1926
McKay, semi-conductor detectors MCKAY 1949
mesons, nonstrange, G-parity conception LEE 1956B
method
complex orbital momenta REGGE 1959 REGGE 1960
extraction, pion-pion interaction GOEBEL 1958
Faddeev-Popov FADDEEV 1967
Regge poles REGGE 1959 REGGE 1960
regularization ’T~HOOFT 1972 ’T~HOOFT 1972B
renormalization ’T~HOOFT 1972 ’T~HOOFT 1972B
metrology
fundamental constants, first step BIRGE 1929
fundamental constants, further development DUNNINGTON 1939
particle physics, high precision measurements ARTAMONOV 1984B
particle properties data BARKAS 1958 GELL-MANN 1957
Millikan, precise measurement MILLIKAN 1911 MILLIKAN 1913 MILLIKAN 1916
mixing
Bs-s confirmation ADEVA 1990R DECAMP 1991D
Bs-s first indication ALBAJAR 1987C
Bo-o confirmation ARTUSO 1989C BAND 1988
Bo-o first evidence ALBRECHT 1987P
model
Chew-Low CHEW 1956
constituent quarks, hadrons GELL-MANN 1964 ZWEIG 1964 ZWEIG 1964B
Fermi-Yang FERMI 1949
hadrons, Nambu-Jona-Lasinio, nonlinear NAMBU 1961
paraquark GREENBERG 1964
pion-nucleon interaction CHEW 1956
quark-parton BJORKEN 1969B
Sakata SAKATA 1956
Salam-Weinberg SALAM 1968 WEINBERG 1967
weak interaction, hadron CABIBBO 1963 GLASHOW 1970
Yukawa nuclear forces YUKAWA 1935
monoatomic gases
condensation effect EINSTEIN 1924 EINSTEIN 1925
quantization FERMI 1926 FERMI 1926B
multiplate cloud chamber (MIT) BRIDGE 1955
multiple hadron production, nucleon-nucleon interactions LORD 1950
multiwire proportional chamber, invention CHARPAK 1968
muon
confirmation NISHINA 1937 STREET 1937 STREET 1937B
decay, electron spectra continuity, confirmation LEIGHTON 1949
decay, first evidence ROSSI 1939
decay, first observation WILLIAMS 1940
decay, gamma-radiation search, negative result HINCKS 1948 SARD 1948
decay, search for gamma-radiation PICCIONI 1948
exponential decay rate NERESON 1942 ROSSI 1942
first evidence NEDDERMEYER 1937
lifetime, first estimation ROSSI 1939
lifetime, measurement NERESON 1942 RASETTI 1941 RASETTI 1941B ROSSI 1942
magnetic moment, measurement GARWIN 1957
not a strong interaction mediator, evidence CONVERSI 1947
spin LEIGHTON 1949
e decay suppression HINCKS 1948

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