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I am a high school senior considering writing a research paper on particle physics. Can someone tell me what the latest text on this subject is? I would help me greatly in researching.



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Physics Today magazine each month lists all the new books in a variety of physics fields, including particle physics. You may wish to begin by reading about particle physics in the concluding chapters of whatever physics texts are used in your school.

Jack L. Uretsky



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