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Cern News The Higgs or not the Higgs. Spin will tell. Part 2

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Cern News The Higgs or not the Higgs. Spin will tell. Part 2
Second part of the videonews explaining why the newly found boson at the LHC cannot yet be labelled the Higgs boson and what is the spin of a particle. In this seconfd part, Higgs searches conveners Christopher Pauss (CMS) and Aidan Randle (ATLAS) and theoretical physicist John Ellis provide the latest information on the spin of the presumed Higgs boson, on the already excluded values and the open questions.

Second part of the videonews explaining why the newly found boson at the LHC cannot yet be labelled the Higgs boson and what is the spin of a particle. In this seconfd part, Higgs searches conveners Christopher Pauss (CMS) and Aidan Randle (ATLAS) and theoretical physicist John Ellis provide the latest information on the spin of the presumed Higgs boson, on the already excluded values and the open questions.

Produced by: CERN Visual Media Office
Director: Jacques Fichet
Director: Paola Catapano
3'40'' min. / 14 September 2012 / © 2012 CERN

http://cdsweb.cern.ch/recor...
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Cern News The Higgs or not the Higgs. Spin will tell. Part 2
Second part of the videonews explaining why the newly found boson at the LHC cannot yet be labelled the Higgs boson and what is the spin of a particle. In this seconfd part, Higgs searches conveners Christopher Pauss (CMS) and Aidan Randle (ATLAS) and theoretical physicist John Ellis provide the latest information on the spin of the presumed Higgs boson, on the already excluded values and the open questions.

Second part of the videonews explaining why the newly found boson at the LHC cannot yet be labelled the Higgs boson and what is the spin of a particle. In this seconfd part, Higgs searches conveners Christopher Pauss (CMS) and Aidan Randle (ATLAS) and theoretical physicist John Ellis provide the latest information on the spin of the presumed Higgs boson, on the already excluded values and the open questions.

Produced by: CERN Visual Media Office
Director: Jacques Fichet
Director: Paola Catapano
3'40'' min. / 14 September 2012 / © 2012 CERN

http://cdsweb.cern.ch/recor... Show less

The Standard Model of Particle Physics Play

El modelo estándar de la física de partículas es una teoría que describe las relaciones entre las interacciones fundamentales conocidas entre partículas elementales que componen toda la materia. Es una teoría cuántica de campos desarrollada entre 1970 y 1973 que es consistente con la mecánica cuántica y la relatividad especial. Hasta la fecha, casi todas las pruebas experimentales de las tres fuerzas descritas por el modelo estándar están de acuerdo con sus predicciones. Sin embargo, el modelo estándar no alcanza a ser una teoría completa de las interacciones fundamentales debido a que no incluye la gravedad, la cuarta interacción fundamental conocida, y debido también al número elevado de parámetros numéricos (tales como masas y constantes que se juntan) que se deben poner a mano en la teoría (en vez de derivarse a partir de primeros principios).

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modelo_est%C3%A1ndar_de_f%C3%AD­sica_de_part%C3%ADculas
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