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There are several reasons for their prudence. 9±4:s pb, is a factor of three larger than the theoretical expectations. Also the other collaboration at Fermilab studying this question (the DO collaboration) is not yet willing to make any public statement, but it seems that their tt cross-section would be considerably smaller. The calculated tt cross-section at Fermilab energies is a sensitive function of mt, varying from 20 pb for mt = 120 GeV/c2 to 4 pb for mt = 180 GeV/c2. Interestingly, the theoretical estimates of mt, based on the calculation of radiative corrections to various high precision LEP electroweak mea- surements, have been moving towards higher and higher values.
23) tells us that only left-handed quarks participate in ha(x). 2) when multiplied by y0 yields (1 2-15) = 0, Then using the fact that uR 2-15)2 uL (12-15) = UL. 3) that in fact only the left-handed parts of all the particles actually play a role in the weak currents. 5) but only when E >> m does UR/L really correspond to helicity ±2. 3 The spin and isospin structure 17 1. -B+... e. 6) "AB 70' (Gv - GA75) U A oc 6\BAA. 2. In an annihilation process or in a creation process A+B-*... e. 7) u A'ya (Gv - GA'Y5) VA.
In the words of Hazel O'Leary, the US Secretary of State for Energy, `this decision by Congress ... ' There is still hope that the somewhat more modest European project for a Large Hadron Collider (LHC) with 8 TeV + 8 TeV proton-proton collision, will go ahead. A final decision was due during 1994. After much procrastination the CERN Council finally voted in favour of the project in December 1994. The construction will proceed in stages, with full-scale operation planned for 2008! 1 Field theory and pre-gauge theory of weak interactions Our principal aim in this chapter is to review briefly the basic ideas of field theory, which we shall illustrate with examples from quantum electrodynamics (QED) and the theory of strong interactions, quantum chromodynamics (QCD).