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String Theory and Branes by Neil Lambert

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String Theory and Branes
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Publisher: King's College London
Number of pages: 55

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This course will introduce string theory, which, for good or bad, has become the dominant, and arguably only, framework for a complete theory of all known physical phenomena. As such it is in some sense a course to introduce the modern view of particle physics at its most fundamental level.

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