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Introduction to Chiral Perturbation Theory

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Introduction to Chiral Perturbation Theory
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 299

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This book provides a pedagogical introduction to the basic concepts of chiral perturbation theory and is designed as a text for a two-semester course on that topic. Various examples with increasing chiral orders and complexity are given.

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