Deirdre M. Black, Ph.D.

2001 Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Elementary Particles and High Energy Physics
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Joseph M. Schechter grad student 2001 Syracuse
 (Exploration of the existence and implications of a light scalar meson nonet using effective chiral Lagrangian models.)
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Black D, Fariborz AH, Jora R, et al. (2009) Remark on pion scattering lengths Modern Physics Letters A. 24: 2285-2289
Black DM. (2003) The Scalar Sector and the Eta -> 3 Pi Problem Arxiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology. 74-80
Abdel-Rehim A, Black D, Fariborz AH, et al. (2003) Erratum: Comparing the Higgs sector of electroweak theory with the scalar sector of low energy QCD [Phys. Rev. D 68, 013008 (2003)] Physical Review D. 68: 119901
Abdel-Rehim A, Black D, Fariborz AH, et al. (2003) Effects of Light Scalar Mesons in η\to 3π Decay Physical Review D. 67: 54001
Black D, Harada M, Schechter J. (2002) Vector-meson-dominance model for radiative decays involving light scalar mesons. Physical Review Letters. 88: 181603
Black D, Fariborz AH, Moussa S, et al. (2001) Unitarized pseudoscalar meson scattering amplitudes from three flavor linear sigma models Physical Review D. 64: 14031
Black D, Fariborz AH, Nasri S, et al. (2000) Complementary Ansatz for the Neutrino Mass Matrix Physical Review D. 62: 73015
Black D, Fariborz AH, Schechter J. (2000) Chiral Lagrangian treatment of {pi}{eta} scattering Physical Review D. 61: 74030
Black D, Fariborz AH, Schechter J. (2000) Mechanism for a next-to-lowest lying scalar meson nonet Physical Review D. 61: 74001
Black D, Fariborz AH, Sannino F, et al. (1999) Putative Light Scalar Nonet Physical Review D. 59: 74026
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