His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Quark, Quantum chromodynamics, Meson and Hadron. His study looks at the intersection of Particle physics and topics like Nuclear physics with Symmetry. His Quark study incorporates themes from Weak interaction, Matrix and Lepton.
His research integrates issues of Bottom quark and Hamiltonian in his study of Quantum chromodynamics. His Meson research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chiral perturbation theory, Pion and Semileptonic decay. Within one scientific family, Mark B. Wise focuses on topics pertaining to Logarithm under Hadron, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Wess–Zumino–Witten model and Anomalous magnetic dipole moment.
His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Quark, Nuclear physics, Quantum chromodynamics and Meson. His Particle physics study typically links adjacent topics like Semileptonic decay. Mark B. Wise focuses mostly in the field of Quark, narrowing it down to matters related to Lepton and, in some cases, Neutrino.
His studies in Quantum chromodynamics integrate themes in fields like Lambda and Operator product expansion. His work carried out in the field of Meson brings together such families of science as Chiral perturbation theory and Pion. His Baryon number study combines topics in areas such as Lepton number and Proton decay.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Particle physics, Baryon number, Quark, Baryon and Yukawa potential. His Particle physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lepton number and Lepton. His studies deal with areas such as Neutron, Standard Model, Gauge boson and Proton decay as well as Baryon number.
The Quark study combines topics in areas such as Meson, Elementary particle and Grand Unified Theory. His Meson study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quark model, Branching fraction and Strong interaction. His Yukawa potential research incorporates elements of Fermion, Standard Model, Quantum number and Scalar field.
Mark B. Wise mainly investigates Particle physics, Baryon number, Proton decay, Lepton number and Baryon. His is doing research in Quark and CP violation, both of which are found in Particle physics. His Quark research includes themes of Standard Model, Yukawa potential, Electron–positron annihilation and Meson.
In Baryon number, Mark B. Wise works on issues like Neutron, which are connected to Nucleon, Oscillation and Electric dipole moment. His research on Proton decay also deals with topics like
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Weak decays of heavy mesons in the static quark approximation
Nathan Isgur;Mark B. Wise.
Physics Letters B (1989)
Cosmology of the invisible axion
John Preskill;Mark B. Wise;Frank Wilczek.
Physics Letters B (1983)
Weak transition form factors between heavy mesons
Nathan Isgur;Mark B. Wise.
Physics Letters B (1990)
Semileptonic B and D Decays in the Quark Model
Nathan Isgur;Daryl Scora;Benjamin Grinstein;Mark B. Wise.
Physical Review D (1989)
Modulus stabilization with bulk fields
Walter D. Goldberger;Mark B. Wise.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Minimal Low-Energy Supergravity
Luis Alvarez-Gaumé;J. Polchinski;Mark B. Wise.
Nuclear Physics (1983)
Luis Alvarez-Gaumé;Mark Claudson;Mark B. Wise.
Nuclear Physics (1982)
Chiral perturbation theory for hadrons containing a heavy quark.
Mark B. Wise.
Physical Review D (1992)
Heavy Quark Physics
Aneesh Vasant Manohar;Mark B. Wise.
Constraints on generalized inflationary cosmologies
L.F. Abbott;Mark B. Wise.
Nuclear Physics (1984)
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