This book contains 13 papers that reflect the development of neutrino interactions with the electrons and protons in a fixed-target experiment that, beginning in 1980, grew out of the formal collaboration in high energy physics between Japanese and American institutions. These experiments were crucial to the merger of quantum electrodynamics and quantum weak dynamics, the foundation of electroweak theory today. This collection of papers is intended for researchers and graduate students in high energy physics, and for physics historians.
Table of Contents
Contents: The Neutrino Beam and the E-734 Detector. Neutrino-Electron Scattering. Neutrino-Proton Elastic Scattering. Intrinsic Properties of Neutrinos. Summary.