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Asymptotic Freedom
Frank Wilczek ;
Date 11 Sep 1996
Subject hep-th hep-ph
AbstractI discuss how the basic phenomenon of asymptotic freedom in QCD can be understood in elementary physical terms. Similarly, I discuss how the long-predicted phenomenon of ``gluonization of the proton’’ -- recently spectacularly confirmed at HERA -- is a rather direct manifestation of the physics of asymptotic freedom. I review the broader significance of asymptotic freedom in QCD in fundamental physics: how on the one hand it guides the interpretation and now even the design of experiments, and how on the other it makes possible a rational, quantitative theoretical approach to problems of unification and early universe cosmology.
Source arXiv, hep-th/9609099
Other source [GID 616660] hep-th/9609099
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