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Contents

Figures found in the following sections:
  Introduction
  Reviews, Tables and Plots
  Gauge and Higgs Bosons
  Lepton
  Quark
  Meson
  Baryon
  Searches


Figures from the Introduction:
History Plots Fig. 2


Figures found in the Section on Reviews, Tables, and Plots:

Electromagnetic relations Fig. 7.1
Quantum chromodynamics Fig. 9.1 Fig. 9.2 Fig. 9.3 Fig. 9.4
Electroweak model and constraints on new physics Fig. 10.1 Fig. 10.2 Fig. 10.3 Fig. 10.4
Fig. 10.5 Fig. 10.6
Higgs Boson Physics, Status of Fig. 11.1 Fig. 11.2 Fig. 11.3 Fig. 11.4
Fig. 11.5 Fig. 11.6 Fig. 11.7 Fig. 11.8
Fig. 11.9 Fig. 11.10 Fig. 11.11(t) Fig. 11.11(b)
Fig. 11.12(t) Fig. 11.12(b) Fig. 11.13 Fig. 11.14
Fig. 11.15(t) Fig. 11.15(b) Fig. 11.16 Fig. 11.17
Fig. 11.18 Fig. 11.19 Fig. 11.20 Fig. 11.21
Fig. 11.22 Fig. 11.23 Fig. 11.24 Fig. 11.25
Fig. 11.26 Fig. 11.27 Fig. 11.28(t) Fig. 11.28(b)
Fig. 11.29 Fig. 11.30 Fig. 11.31(t) Fig. 11.31(b)
Fig. 11.32
CKM quark-mixing matrix Fig. 12.1 Fig. 12.2
CP violation meson decay Fig. 13.1 Fig. 13.2 Fig. 13.3
Neutrino mass, mixing, and oscillations Fig. 14.1 Fig. 14.2 Fig. 14.3 Fig. 14.4
Fig. 14.5 Fig. 14.6 Fig. 14.7 Fig. 14.8
Fig. 14.9 Fig. 14.10
Quark model Fig. 15.1 Fig. 15.2 Fig. 15.3 Fig. 15.4
Fig. 15.5 Fig. 15.6 Fig. 15.7 Fig. 15.8
Fig. 15.9 Fig. 15.10 Fig. 15.11
Grand Unified Theories Fig. 16.1
Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics Fig. 18.1
Structure functions Fig. 19.1 Fig. 19.2 Fig. 19.3 Fig. 19.4
Fig. 19.5 Fig. 19.6 Fig. 19.7
Structure functions -- additional figures Fig. 19.8 Fig. 19.9 Fig. 19.10 Fig. 19.11
Fig. 19.12 Fig. 19.13 Fig. 19.14 Fig. 19.15
Fragmentation functions in e+ e-, ep, and pp collisions Fig. 20.1 Fig. 20.2a Fig. 20.2b Fig. 20.3a
Fig. 20.3b Fig. 20.4 Fig. 20.5 Fig. 20.6
Fig. 20.7 Fig. 20.8 Fig. 20.9a Fig. 20.9b
Fig. 20.10 Fig. 20.11a Fig. 20.11b
Experimental tests of gravitational theory Fig. 21.1
Big-Bang Cosmology Fig. 22.1 Fig. 22.2 Fig. 22.3 Fig. 22.4
Fig. 22.5
Big-Bang nucleosynthesis Fig. 23.1
Cosmological parameters Fig. 24.1 Fig. 24.2
Dark Matter Fig. 25.1 Fig. 25.2
Dark Energy Fig. 26.1 Fig. 26.2a Fig. 26.2b Fig. 26.2c
Fig. 26.3 Fig. 26.4
Cosmic microwave background Fig. 27.1 Fig. 27.2 Fig. 27.3 Fig. 27.4
Fig. 27.5
Cosmic rays Fig. 28.1 Fig. 28.2 Fig. 28.3 Fig. 28.4
Fig. 28.5 Fig. 28.6 Fig. 28.7 Fig. 28.8
Fig. 28.9 Fig. 28.10
Passage of particles through matter Fig. 32.1 Fig. 32.2 Fig. 32.3 Fig. 32.4
Fig. 32.5 Fig. 32.6 Fig. 32.7 Fig. 32.8
Fig. 32.9 Fig. 32.10 Fig. 32.11 Fig. 32.12
Fig. 32.13 Fig. 32.14 Fig. 32.15 Fig. 32.16
Fig. 32.17 Fig. 32.18 Fig. 32.19 Fig. 32.20
Fig. 32.21 Fig. 32.22 Fig. 32.23 Fig. 32.24
Fig. 32.25 Fig. 32.26 Fig. 32.27
Particle detectors at accelerators Fig. 33.1 Fig. 33.2 Fig. 33.3 Fig. 33.4
Fig. 33.5 Fig. 33.6 Fig. 33.7 Fig. 33.8
Fig. 33.9 Fig. 33.10 Fig. 33.11 Fig. 33.12
Fig. 33.13 Fig. 33.14 Fig. 33.15 Fig. 33.16
Fig. 33.17 Fig. 33.18 Fig. 33.19 Fig. 33.20
Fig. 33.21 Fig. 33.22 Fig. 33.23 Fig. 33.24
Fig. 33.25 Fig. 33.26 Fig. 33.27
Particle detectors for non-accelerator physics Fig. 34.1 Fig. 34.2 Fig. 34.3 Fig. 34.4(L)
Fig. 34.4(R) Fig. 34.5 Fig. 34.6 Fig. 34.7
Fig. 34.8 Fig. 34.9
Radioactivity and radiation protection Fig. 35.1 Fig. 35.2 Fig. 35.3 Fig. 35.4
Fig. 35.5 Fig. 35.6
Statistics Fig. 38.1 Fig. 38.2 Fig. 38.3 Fig. 38.4
Fig. 38.5
Monte Carlo techniques Fig. 39.1 Fig. 39.2
Monte Carlo event generators Eq. 40.9 Fig. 40.1 Fig. 40.2
Kinematics Fig. 46.1 Fig. 46.2 Fig. 46.3 Fig. 46.4
Fig. 46.5 Fig. 46.6 Fig. 46.7 Fig. 46.8
Fig. 46.9
Resonances Fig. 47.1 Fig. 47.2
Neutrino cross section measurements Fig. 49.1 Fig. 49.2 Fig. 49.3 Fig. 49.4
Plots of cross sections and related quantities Fig. 50.1 Fig. 50.2 Fig. 50.3 Fig. 50.4
Fig. 50.5 Fig. 50.6 Fig. 50.7 Fig. 50.8
Fig. 50.9 Fig. 50.10 Fig. 50.11 Fig. 50.12
Fig. 50.13


Figures from the Reviews in the Gauge and Higgs Boson Listings:
The Mass and Width of the W Boson Fig. 1 Fig. 2
W'-Boson Searches Fig. 1 Fig. 2(L) Fig. 2(R)
Z'-Boson Searches Fig. 1 Fig. 2
Leptoquarks Fig. 1
Axions and other similar particles Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3

Figures from the Reviews in the Lepton Listings:
Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment Fig. 1a Fig. 1b Fig. 1c Fig. 1d
Fig. 2
tau Branching Fractions Fig. 1 Fig. 2
Neutrinoless Double-beta Decay Fig. 1

Figures from the Reviews in the Quark Listings:
Quark Masses Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3
Top Quark Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3

Figures from the Reviews in the Meson Listings:
Form factors for radiative pion and kaon decays Fig. 1
Note on scalar mesons below 2 GeV Fig. 1 Fig. 2
The Charged Kaon Mass Fig. 1
Rare Kaon Decays Fig. 1
CPT Invariance Tests in Neutral Kaon Decay Fig. 1
Vud, Vus, the Cabibbo angle and CKM unitarity Fig. 1
CP-Violation in KL Decays Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3
D0--Dbar0 Mixing Fig. 1 Fig. 2
Ds+ Branching Fractions Fig. 1
Leptonic Decays of Charged Pseudoscalar Mesons Fig. 1 Fig. 2
Polarization is B Decays Fig. 1
B0--Bbar0 Mixing Fig. 1a Fig. 1b Fig. 2 Fig. 3
Semileptonic B meson decays, determination of Vcb and Vub Fig. 1 Fig. 2
Heavy Quarkonium Spectroscopy Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4
Fig. 5
The Charmonium System Fig. 1
The Bottomonium System Fig. 1

Figures from the Reviews in the Baryon Listings:
N and Delta resonances Fig. 1(L) Fig. 1(R) Fig. 2(T) Fig. 2(M)
Fig. 2(B)
Baryon Magnetic Moments Fig. 1
Lambda and Sigma Resonances Fig. 1
Charmed Baryons Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3

Figures from the Reviews in the Searches Listings:
Magnetic Monopoles Fig. 1(a) Fig. 1(b) Fig. 2
Supersymmetry Part II (Experiment) Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3(L) Fig. 3(M)
Fig. 3(R) Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6
Fig. 7 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 Fig. 10(L)
Fig. 10(R) Fig. 11
Dynamical Electroweak Symmetry Breaking: Implications of the H Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3(L) Fig. 3(R)
Fig. 4(L) Fig. 4(R) Fig. 5

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