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## Seminal papers, courtesy of the American Physical Society (free access)

*Seminal paper by François Englert:*

**Broken Symmetry and the Mass of Gauge Vector Mesons**

F. Englert and R. Brout*Phys. Rev. Lett.* **13**, 321 (1964)

*Seminal paper by Peter W. Higgs:*

**Broken Symmetries and the Masses of Gauge Bosons**

Peter W. Higgs*Phys. Rev. Lett.* **13**, 508 (1964)

*Additional seminal work:*

**Global Conservation Laws and Massless Particles**

G.S. Guralnik, C.R. Hagen, and T.W.B. Kibble*Phys. Rev. Lett.* **13**, 585 (1964)

## From *Physics Today's* “Search and Discovery”

**The Higgs particle, or something much like it, has been spotted**

**Gauge symmetry saved, mass endowed**

## Every article that AIP has published from these Nobel Laureates (free access)

*AIP journal content written by the 2013 Nobel Laureates in Physics is free until December 31, 2013.*

*AIP journal articles by François Englert:*

**Loop algebras and superalgebras based on S 7**

F. Englert, A. Sevrin, W. Troost, A. Van Proeyen, and Ph. Spindel*J. Math. Phys.* **29**, 281 (1988)

**Potential-Correlation Function Duality in Statistical Mechanics**

C. De Dominicis and F. Englert*J. Math. Phys.* **8**, 2143 (1967)

*AIP journal articles by Peter W. Higgs:*

**SBGT and all that**

Peter Higgs*AIP Conf. Proc.* **300**, pp. 159-163 (1993)

**Perturbation Method for the Calculation of Molecular Vibration Frequencies. III. Skeletal Stretching Vibrations of Normal Paraffins**

P. W. Higgs*J. Chem. Phys.* **23**, 1450 (1955)

**Perturbation Method for the Calculation of Molecular Vibration Frequencies. II. Generalization of the Theory**

P. W. Higgs*J. Chem. Phys.* **23**, 1448 (1955)

**A Method for Computing Zero-Point Energies**

P. W. Higgs*J. Chem. Phys.* **21**, 1300 (1953)

**An Application of Perturbation Theory to the F and G Matrix Method of Calculating Molecular Vibration Frequencies**

P. W. Higgs*J. Chem. Phys.* **21**, 1131 (1953)

## More from AIP Journals and Conference Proceedings (free access)

**The topology of the electroweak interaction**

Jürgen Tolksdorf*J. Math. Phys.* **46**, 042304 (2005)

**Superconnections and the Higgs field**

G. Roepstorff*J. Math. Phys.* **40**, 2698 (1999)

**Deriving the standard model from the simplest two-point K cycle**

R. Wulkenhaar*J. Math. Phys.* **37**, 3797 (1996)

**Particle states and scattering theory in abelian gauge model with spontaneously broken symmetry**

Garner Bishop and Kurt Haller*J. Math. Phys.* **24**, 932 (1983)

**The frontier of high energy physics and the large hadron collider**

Kalanand Mishra*AIP Conf. Proc.* **1554**, 9 (2013)

**The Higgs mechanism and the origin of mass**

Abdelhak Djouadi*AIP Conf. Proc.* **1444**, 45 (2012)

**Seeking the origin of mass: Collider searches for Higgs bosons**

Wade C. Fisher*AIP Conf. Proc.* **1441**, 103 (2012)

## Key resources from the AIP Member Societies

*AAPT Related Magazine and Journal Articles*

**Physics story of the year 2012; Higgs boson mass sorted by CERN**

Dan MacIsaac*Phys. Teach.* **50**, 381 (2012)

**The Higgs Boson: Is the End in Sight?**

Don Lincoln*Phys. Teach.* **50**, 332 (2012)

**A question of mass**

Jeremy Bernstein*Am. J. Phys.* **79**, 25 (2011)

**Resource Letter: SM-1: The standard model and beyond**

Jonathan L. Rosner*Am. J. Phys.* **71**, 302 (2003)

*Higgs articles from AJP and TPT*

**Higgs Boson: Physics at the Speed of Light**

*More from APS*

## More from *Physics Today*

**The Particle at the End of the Universe: How the Hunt for the Higgs Boson Leads Us to the Edge of a New World; Higgs: The Invention and Discovery of the ‘God Particle’**

Don Lincoln*Phys. Today* **66**, July, 50 (2013)

**The Large Hadron Collider yields tantalizing hints of the Higgs boson**

Bertram M. Schwarzschild*Phys. Today* **65**, February, 16 (2012)

**Reevaluation of Top Quark Data Raises Estimate of Higgs Boson's Mass**

Bertram Schwarzschild*Phys. Today* **57**, August, 26 (2004)

**Slowly but Steadily, Fermilab Pushes the Upgraded Tevatron toward Its Design Goals**

Barbara Goss Levi*Phys. Today* **55**, June, 16 (2002)

**Lights out at LEP**

Bertram Schwarzschild*Phys. Today* **53**, December, 18 (2000)

**LHC May Be on Collision Course with Higgs Boson**

Gianluigi Fogli and Eligio Lisi*Phys. Today* **49**, March, 129 (1996)

**The Concept of Mass**

Lev B. Okun*Phys. Today* **42**, June, 31 (1989)

**Identifying the Higgs Boson**

John P. Rutherfoord*Phys. Today* **38**, February, 104 (1985)

**Has the Higgs boson been seen in the Crystal Ball?**

Bertram M. Schwarzschild*Phys. Today* **37**, October, 18 (1984)