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If these predictions will be fulﬁlled, then the supersymmetric GUT will be the new standard model. Precision experiments could then indirectly explore the large desert from the TeV region to 1016 GeV. 6 Conclusion The standard model is apparently the adequate description of subnuclear physics up to scales of the order of several hundred GeV. In the framework of renormalized perturbative local quantum ﬁeld theory it gives an excellent quantitative description of electromagnetic and weak interactions.
1 Strong Interactions If the renormalized gauge coupling constant of strong interactions, αs (μ), is small, perturbation theory can be used to calculate observable quantities. This happens if in a process at least one energy scale μ is large. A typical example of such a hard process is deep inelastic scattering. This is the reaction of highly energetic electrons and protons, where the large quantity is the momentum transfer of the electron to the hadron. It is schematically displayed in Fig. 2.
Org For Sect. 2: A great history of particle physics in the 20th century with an excellent bibliography (until 1985) is the book by Abraham Pais: Abraham Pais. Inward Bound. Clarendon press, Oxford, 1986. Interesting articles on the early history of particle physics and a chronological bibliography of the classical papers (until 1964) can be found in International Colloqium on the History of Physics. Journal de Physique, 43, Colloque C-8, 1982. 1930–1960. S. Schweber. QED and the Men who Made It: Dyson, Feynman, Schwinger, and Tomonaga.