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Physics
D-index
82
Citations
24,907
294
World Ranking
2074
National Ranking
31

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Standard Model

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, CP violation, Chiral perturbation theory and Hadron. His research on Particle physics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Scalar. Antonio Pich combines subjects such as Vector meson, Nuclear physics and Effective field theory with his study of Quantum chromodynamics.

His CP violation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Standard Model, B meson, Electroweak interaction, Flavour and Higgs boson. His Chiral perturbation theory research includes elements of Theoretical physics, Quantum electrodynamics, Chiral anomaly and Renormalization. His Hadron research incorporates themes from Form factor, Perturbation theory and Quantum field theory.

- The Role of Resonances in Chiral Perturbation Theory (991 citations)
- Chiral lagrangians for massive spin-1 fields (583 citations)
- QCD analysis of the tau hadronic width (419 citations)

His primary areas of study are Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Hadron, Chiral perturbation theory and Electroweak interaction. As part of his studies on Particle physics, Antonio Pich frequently links adjacent subjects like Nuclear physics. His research investigates the connection between Quantum chromodynamics and topics such as Form factor that intersect with issues in Pion and Order.

His study in Hadron is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quark and Aleph. His research investigates the link between Chiral perturbation theory and topics such as Amplitude that cross with problems in Quantum electrodynamics. Antonio Pich interconnects Symmetry breaking, Chiral symmetry breaking, Technicolor and Effective field theory in the investigation of issues within Electroweak interaction.

- Particle physics (90.06%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (33.43%)
- Hadron (20.17%)

- Particle physics (90.06%)
- Electroweak interaction (18.23%)
- Higgs boson (15.75%)

Particle physics, Electroweak interaction, Higgs boson, Quantum chromodynamics and Physics beyond the Standard Model are his primary areas of study. His studies in Standard Model, Effective field theory, CP violation, Hadron and Boson are all subfields of Particle physics research. His CP violation study combines topics in areas such as Quark, Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa matrix and Observable.

Antonio Pich has included themes like Large Hadron Collider, Flavour and Scalar in his Higgs boson study. His research in Quantum chromodynamics focuses on subjects like Theoretical physics, which are connected to Symmetry. His Physics beyond the Standard Model research incorporates elements of Meson and Neutrino.

- QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories: challenges and perspectives (346 citations)
- QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories: challenges and perspectives (344 citations)
- The Physics of the B Factories (265 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Standard Model

Antonio Pich spends much of his time researching Particle physics, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Higgs boson, CP violation and Effective field theory. His studies in Particle physics integrate themes in fields like Scalar and Observable. The various areas that Antonio Pich examines in his Higgs boson study include Hadron and Flavour.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Feynman diagram and Branching fraction in addition to CP violation. His work focuses on many connections between Effective field theory and other disciplines, such as Chiral perturbation theory, that overlap with his field of interest in Correlation function, Operator product expansion and Aleph. His Quantum chromodynamics research includes elements of Theoretical physics and Statistical physics.

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The Role of Resonances in Chiral Perturbation Theory

G. Ecker;J. Gasser;A. Pich;E. De Rafael.

Nuclear Physics **(1989)**

2087 Citations

Chiral lagrangians for massive spin-1 fields

G. Ecker;J. Gasser;H. Leutwyler;A. Pich.

Physics Letters B **(1989)**

1221 Citations

QCD analysis of the tau hadronic width

E. Braaten;Stéphan Narison;Antonio Pich.

Nuclear Physics **(1992)**

940 Citations

Chiral perturbation theory

Antonio Pich.

Reports on Progress in Physics **(1995)**

644 Citations

QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories: challenges and perspectives

N. Brambilla;S. Eidelman;P. Foka;S. Gardner.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology **(2014)**

565 Citations

QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories: challenges and perspectives

N. Brambilla;S. Eidelman;P. Foka;S. Gardner.

European Physical Journal C **(2014)**

559 Citations

The Physics of the B Factories

A. J. Bevan;B. Golob;Th Mannel;S. Prell.

European Physical Journal C **(2014)**

524 Citations

The perturbative QCD prediction to Rτ revisited

F. le Diberder;Antonio Pich.

Physics Letters B **(1992)**

523 Citations

The Belle II Physics Book

E. Kou;P. Urquijo;W. Altmannshofer;F. Beaujean.

Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics **(2019)**

445 Citations

K → πℓ+ℓ− decays in the effective chiral lagrangian of the standard model

Gerhard Ecker;Antonio Pich;Eduardo de Rafael.

Nuclear Physics **(1987)**

444 Citations

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