Chronology of Milestone Events in Particle Physics

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QCD - quantum chromodynamics BARBER 1979F BARTEL 1980D BERGER 1979C BRANDELIK 1979H FRITZSCH 1973 GREENBERG 1966 GRIBOV 1972 GROSS 1973B NAMBU 1966 WEINBERG 1973
QCD
beginnings GREENBERG 1966
Gribov-Lipatov-Altarelli-Parisi evolution equations ALTARELLI 1977 GRIBOV 1972
Lagrangian, final form WEINBERG 1973
Minimal Standard Model, Lagrangian WEINBERG 1973
origins NAMBU 1966
parton densities evolution equations ALTARELLI 1977
quarks strong interaction, vector gluon theory NAMBU 1966
test BARBER 1979F BARTEL 1980D BERGER 1979C BRANDELIK 1979H
theory, final form GROSS 1973B
three triplet model GREENBERG 1966
Yang-Mills Lagrangian, invention FRITZSCH 1973
QED - quantum electrodynamics BOGOLYUBOV 1956 DIRAC 1927B DYSON 1949 DYSON 1949B FEYNMAN 1948B FEYNMAN 1949 FEYNMAN 1949B FEYNMAN 1950 GELL-MANN 1954B KOBA 1947 KOBA 1947B LOGUNOV 1956 OPPENHEIMER 1930 SCHWINGER 1948 SCHWINGER 1949 TATI 1948 TOMONAGA 1943 WARD 1950
QED
S-matrix of Heisenberg DYSON 1949B
amplitudes, Feynman rules for calculations FEYNMAN 1950
big distances, renormalization group, development BOGOLYUBOV 1956
Feynman method FEYNMAN 1948B FEYNMAN 1949 FEYNMAN 1949B FEYNMAN 1950
foundation DIRAC 1927B
relativistically invariant formulation FEYNMAN 1948B FEYNMAN 1949 FEYNMAN 1949B KOBA 1947 KOBA 1947B SCHWINGER 1948 SCHWINGER 1949 TATI 1948 TOMONAGA 1943
renormalization group, generalization LOGUNOV 1956
Schwinger method SCHWINGER 1948 SCHWINGER 1949
small distances, renormalization group exploration GELL-MANN 1954B
small distances, renormalization group, development BOGOLYUBOV 1956
Tomonaga method KOBA 1947 KOBA 1947B TATI 1948 TOMONAGA 1943
Tomonaga-Schwinger - Feynman methods equivalence DYSON 1949
ultraviolet divergencies, first evidence OPPENHEIMER 1930
Ward identity WARD 1950
quantization of monoatomic perfect gases FERMI 1926 FERMI 1926B
quantum field theory
decay FERMI 1934
CPT invariance LUDERS 1954
causality condition GELL-MANN 1954 GOLDBERGER 1955 KARPLUS 1955
dispersion relations GOLDBERGER 1955
dispersion relations, forward amplitude SYMANZIK 1956
dispersion relations, general proofs BOGOLYUBOV 1956B
first steps DIRAC 1927 DIRAC 1927B
nuclear forces, Yukawa YUKAWA 1935
quasi-optical approach LOGUNOV 1963
renormalization group LOGUNOV 1956
ultraviolet divergencies, first evidence OPPENHEIMER 1930
quantum hypothesis
PLANCK 1901
black body radiation, explanation PLANCK 1900B
photoelectric effect, explanation EINSTEIN 1905 EINSTEIN 1906
quantum mechanics
applications SCHRÖDINGER 1926E
conservation laws WIGNER 1927B WIGNER 1932
foundation HEISENBERG 1925
Heisenberg approach HEISENBERG 1925
matrix formalism, invention BORN 1925 BORN 1926
path integral formalism, invention FEYNMAN 1948C
potential barrier, tunneling GAMOW 1928
Schrödinger wave equation SCHRÖDINGER 1926 SCHRÖDINGER 1926B SCHRÖDINGER 1926D SCHRÖDINGER 1926E
statistical interpretation BORN 1926B BORN 1926C BORN 1926D
time inversion transformation WIGNER 1932
quantum statistics, Fermi-Dirac DIRAC 1926 FERMI 1926B
quantum systems, space of states FOCK 1932
quantum theory
atomic spectrum BOHR 1913B BOHR 1918
atomic spectrum, invention BOHR 1913 BOHR 1913B
causality condition GOLDBERGER 1955B
corpuscular-wave dualism DE BROGLIE 1923 DE BROGLIE 1923B
dispersion relations GOLDBERGER 1955B
scattering BORN 1926B BORN 1926C
scattering, S-matrix formalism WHEELER 1937
scattering, variational principles LIPPMANN 1950
quarks
introduction GELL-MANN 1964 ZWEIG 1964 ZWEIG 1964B
quartet scheme
GLASHOW 1970
failure to include CP violation KOBAYASHI 1973B

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