Chronology of Milestone Events in Particle Physics

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paraquark model GREENBERG 1964
parastatistics for quarks GREENBERG 1964
parity nonconservation, weak interaction
confirmation FRIEDMAN 1957 GARWIN 1957
first evidence WU 1957
neutrino mass SALAM 1957
neutrino two-component theory LANDAU 1957B LEE 1957B
proposal to test LEE 1956 ZELDOVICH 1959
weak decays, confirmation FRAUENFELDER 1957
parity, invention WIGNER 1927B
particle energy loss, ionization LANDAU 1944
particle physics data, first collection BARKAS 1958
particle properties data, first review GELL-MANN 1957
particle-antiparticle conjugation LUDERS 1954
partonic model
Gribov-Lipatov evolution equations GRIBOV 1972
path integral formalism, quantum mechanics, invention FEYNMAN 1948C
Pauli
exclusion principle PAULI 1925
neutrino PAULI 1934
principle FERMI 1926 FERMI 1926B PAULI 1925B
spin and statistics PAULI 1940B
penetrating charged particles, cosmic rays, confirmation BLACKETT 1932
Perrin, cathode rays PERRIN 1895
perturbation theory SCHRÖDINGER 1926D
phase stability principle
implementation BROBECK 1947
invention MCMILLAN 1945 VEKSLER 1944
meson
e e+ decay ASTVACATUROV 1968
meson
confirmation SCHLEIN 1963
firm establishment CONNOLLY 1963
first evidence BERTANZA 1962D
photodisintegration
deuteron, evidence CHADWICK 1934
photoelectric effect
explanation EINSTEIN 1906
law EINSTEIN 1905
quantum hypothesis EINSTEIN 1905 EINSTEIN 1906 MILLIKAN 1916
photographic emulsion method BROWN 1949B BROWN 1949B LATTES 1947 LATTES 1947B OCCHIALINI 1947 PERKINS 1947
photon
corpuscular-wave dualism EINSTEIN 1906
elementary particle WILSON 1923
elementary particle, direct confirmation COMPTON 1923
elementary particle, first evidence STARK 1909
statistics BOSE 1924
pion
decay, confirmation IMPEDUGLIA 1958
decay, first evidence FAZZINI 1958
first composite model FERMI 1949
mediator of strong interactions YUKAWA 1935
production by accelerator, first BURFENING 1949
+ decay
, first observation DUNAITSEV 1962
+
spin = 0 CLARK 1951
spin = 0, first evidence DURBIN 1951C
confirmation LATTES 1947B OCCHIALINI 1947
first indication PERKINS 1947
odd parity, confirmation BRUECKNER 1951
parity, direct determination PANOFSKY 1951
pion-nucleon
interaction, static model CHEW 1956
scattering, dispersion relations GOLDBERGER 1955B
pion-pion
correlations GOLDHABER 1959
interactions, method for extraction CHEW 1959 GOEBEL 1958
system, J = 1 and T = 1 resonance, prediction BOWCOCK 1961
system, J = 1 and T = 1 resonance, prediction FRAZER 1960
o
confirmation CARLSON 1950 PANOFSKY 1951
first evidence BJORKLUND 1950
lifetime, first conclusive measurements GLASSER 1961
lifetime, first estimation CARLSON 1950
odd parity, first direct determination PLANO 1959
odd parity, first evidence CHINOWSKY 1955
production by photons, first evidence STEINBERGER 1950
o- mass difference PANOFSKY 1951
Planck
constant BOHR 1913B
constant, measurement MILLIKAN 1916
energy quanta PLANCK 1900B
quantum hypothesis PLANCK 1901
radiation law BOSE 1924 PLANCK 1900
Poincare relativity theory POINCARE 1905
Pomeranchuk theorem POMERANCHUK 1958
positive particles as electron sea holes DIRAC 1930 DIRAC 1931
positron
confirmation BLACKETT 1933
discovery ANDERSON 1933
first evidence ANDERSON 1932
g-2 factor VAN DYCK 1987
magnetic moment VAN DYCK 1987
prediction DIRAC 1931
potential barrier, tunneling GAMOW 1928
pressure of light LEBEDEV 1901
principle of relativity EINSTEIN 1905B POINCARE 1905
proton
as electron sea hole, difficulties TAMM 1930
discovery RUTHERFORD 1919
electromagnetic radius, first measurement MCALLISTER 1956
electromagnetic structure MCALLISTER 1956
first indication RUTHERFORD 1913
magnetic moment, first measurement FRISCH 1933
magnetic moment, further measurement ESTERMAN 1933
magnetic moment, measurement KELLOGG 1939
polarizability, estimation BALDIN 1960
polarizability, measurement GOLDANSKY 1960
spin is 1/2 DENNISON 1927
J /(1S)
confirmation BACCI 1974

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