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Physics
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37,376
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2251
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1142

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory

John C. Collins mainly focuses on Particle physics, Factorization, Quark, Quantum chromodynamics and Hadron. In general Particle physics, his work in Gluon, Parton and Boson is often linked to Twist linking many areas of study. His Factorization study combines topics in areas such as Structure function, Scattering, Meson, Theoretical physics and Bibliography.

His Quark research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Elementary particle and Gauge theory. His work carried out in the field of Quantum chromodynamics brings together such families of science as Renormalization and Weierstrass factorization theorem. As part of one scientific family, John C. Collins deals mainly with the area of Hadron, narrowing it down to issues related to the Cross section, and often Electron–positron annihilation, Quantum field theory and Renormalization group.

- Transverse Momentum Distribution in Drell-Yan Pair and W and Z Boson Production (830 citations)
- Superdense Matter: Neutrons Or Asymptotically Free Quarks? (761 citations)
- Factorization of Hard Processes in QCD (736 citations)

John C. Collins mostly deals with Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Parton, Factorization and Nuclear physics. His studies in Particle physics integrate themes in fields like Deep inelastic scattering and Scattering. John C. Collins has included themes like Quantum electrodynamics, Perturbation theory and Renormalization in his Quantum chromodynamics study.

In his research, Simple is intimately related to Statistical physics, which falls under the overarching field of Factorization. His work focuses on many connections between Nuclear physics and other disciplines, such as Inelastic scattering, that overlap with his field of interest in Spin-½. The study incorporates disciplines such as Elementary particle and Nucleon in addition to Quark.

- Particle physics (84.44%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (48.25%)
- Parton (36.19%)

- Particle physics (84.44%)
- Factorization (36.96%)
- Parton (36.19%)

His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Factorization, Parton, Quantum chromodynamics and Theoretical physics. His Particle physics research incorporates elements of Range, Deep inelastic scattering and Matrix. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hadronization, Transverse momentum and Statistical physics.

His work on Fragmentation function as part of general Parton research is frequently linked to High energy, bridging the gap between disciplines. He combines subjects such as Operator product expansion, Renormalization and Effective field theory with his study of Quantum chromodynamics. His Theoretical physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Normalization, State, Scattering theory, Quantum field theory and Interpretation.

- Foundations of Perturbative QCD (590 citations)
- A Large Hadron Electron Collider at CERN: Report on the Physics and Design Concepts for Machine and Detector (400 citations)
- A large hadron electron collider at CERN (307 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory

His main research concerns Particle physics, Factorization, Parton, Quantum chromodynamics and Deep inelastic scattering. John C. Collins works on Particle physics which deals in particular with Drell–Yan process. John C. Collins works mostly in the field of Factorization, limiting it down to topics relating to Mathematical physics and, in certain cases, Distribution function and Scheme.

His work in Parton addresses issues such as Theoretical physics, which are connected to fields such as Gaussian, Fourier transform and Coordinate space. His Quantum chromodynamics study focuses mostly on Perturbative QCD and Soft-collinear effective theory. John C. Collins has researched Deep inelastic scattering in several fields, including Physics beyond the Standard Model, Large Hadron Collider, Nuclear physics and Luminosity.

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Superdense Matter: Neutrons Or Asymptotically Free Quarks?

John C. Collins;M.J. Perry.

Physical Review Letters **(1975)**

2031 Citations

Factorization of Hard Processes in QCD

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper;George F. Sterman.

Adv.Ser.Direct.High Energy Phys. **(1989)**

1868 Citations

Renormalization: An Introduction to Renormalization, the Renormalization Group and the Operator-Product Expansion

John C. Collins.

**(1984)**

1799 Citations

Transverse Momentum Distribution in Drell-Yan Pair and W and Z Boson Production

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper;George F. Sterman.

Nuclear Physics **(1985)**

1792 Citations

Fragmentation of transversely polarized quarks probed in transverse momentum distributions

John C. Collins.

Nuclear Physics **(1993)**

1721 Citations

Back-To-Back Jets in QCD

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper.

Nuclear Physics **(1981)**

1618 Citations

Angular distribution of dileptons in high-energy hadron collisions

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper.

Physical Review D **(1977)**

1552 Citations

Parton Distribution and Decay Functions

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper.

Nuclear Physics **(1982)**

1311 Citations

Factorization for hard exclusive electroproduction of mesons in QCD

John C. Collins;Leonid Frankfurt;Mark Strikman.

Physical Review D **(1997)**

1271 Citations

Foundations of Perturbative QCD

John C. Collins.

**(2011)**

1192 Citations

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