Book recommendation on High Energy, Nuclear and Particle Physics

In summary, some recommended books for learning about High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics are "Introduction to High Energy Physics" by Donald H. Perkins, "Introduction to Elementary Particles" by David Griffiths, and "Nuclear and Particle Physics: An Introduction" by Brian R. Martin and Graham Shaw. There are also textbooks specifically designed for beginners in this field, such as "Elementary Particle Physics: Concepts and Phenomena" by Francis Halzen and Alan D. Martin and "Particle Physics: A Very Short Introduction" by Frank Close. For those interested in the experimental aspects, "Experimental Techniques in High-Energy Nuclear and Particle Physics" by Thomas Ferbel and "Introduction to Experimental Particle Physics" by Richard Fernow are
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I am new to this field can anyone suggest a book for beginner?
 
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How much math and (other) physics do you know?
 
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I am doing bachelors in Engineering Sciences. So I know Maths but on the physics front I have not studied any single course related to particle physics. Just the beginners courses for engineers like mechanics
 

Related to Book recommendation on High Energy, Nuclear and Particle Physics

1. What are some recommended books for learning about High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics?

Some recommended books for learning about High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics are "Introduction to High Energy Physics" by Donald H. Perkins, "Introduction to Elementary Particles" by David Griffiths, and "Nuclear and Particle Physics: An Introduction" by Brian R. Martin and Graham Shaw.

2. Are there any textbooks specifically for beginners in High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics?

Yes, there are textbooks specifically designed for beginners in High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics such as "Elementary Particle Physics: Concepts and Phenomena" by Francis Halzen and Alan D. Martin and "Particle Physics: A Very Short Introduction" by Frank Close.

3. Can you recommend any books that focus on the experimental aspects of High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics?

Some books that focus on the experimental aspects of High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics are "Experimental Techniques in High-Energy Nuclear and Particle Physics" by Thomas Ferbel and "Introduction to Experimental Particle Physics" by Richard Fernow.

4. Are there any books that cover both theoretical and experimental aspects of High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics?

Yes, some books that cover both theoretical and experimental aspects of High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics are "Particle Physics: A Comprehensive Introduction" by Abraham Seiden, "An Introduction to High Energy Physics" by P. D. B. Collins, and "Particle Astrophysics" by D. Perkins.

5. Are there any recommended books for advanced studies in High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics?

For advanced studies in High Energy, Nuclear, and Particle Physics, some recommended books are "Quantum Field Theory for the Gifted Amateur" by Tom Lancaster and Stephen J. Blundell, "Modern Particle Physics" by Mark Thomson, and "The Standard Model and Beyond" by Paul Langacker.

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