Advances in High Energy Physics

Table of Contents: 2007

  • Advances in High Energy Physics -
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 082674
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Getting Information on |Ue3|2 from Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay

Alexander Merle | Werner Rodejohann
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 052750
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Experiments Needed in Meson and Baryon Spectroscopy

D. V. Bugg
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 021586
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Fine Structure of Dark Energy and New Physics

Vishnu Jejjala | Michael Kavic | Djordje Minic
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 069835
  • - Research Article

Can Magnetic Monopoles and Massive Photons Coexist in the Framework of the Same Classical Theory?

C. Cafaro | S. Capozziello | ... | S. A. Ali
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 039676
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Predictions for μeγ in Supersymmetry from Nontrivial Quark-Lepton Complementarity and Flavor Symmetry

Marco Picariello
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 090731
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Astronomical Constraints on Some Long-Range Models of Modified Gravity

Lorenzo Iorio
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 013458
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Multiparametric Quantum Algebras and the Cosmological Constant

Chethan Krishnan | Edoardo Di Napoli
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  • Volume 2007
  • - Article ID 012387
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Toy Models of a Nonassociative Quantum Mechanics

Vladimir Dzhunushaliev
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