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Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare

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Publications (selected)

  1. CONSOLI, M., 1979. Radiative corrections to Bhabha scattering in the Weinberg model. Nuclear Physics B vol. 160 p. 208.
  2. ANTONELLI, F., CONSOLI, M. and CORBO’, G., 1980. One-loop correction to the vector boson masses in the Glashow-Weinberg-Salam model of electromagnetic and weak interactions. Physics Letters B 91, p.90.
  3. CONSOLI, M., LO PRESTI, S. and MAIANI, L., 1983. Higher order effects and the vector boson physical parameters. Nuclear Physics B vol. 223, p. 474.
  4. CONSOLI, M. and CIANCITTO, A., 1985. Indications of the Occurrence of SSB in λΦ4 Nuclear Physics B vol. 254, p. 653.
  5. CONSOLI, M. and PREPARATA, G., 1985. On the stability of the perturbative vacuum in Yang-Mills theories. Physics Letters B 154, p.411.
  6. CONSOLI, M., HOLLIK, W. and JEGERLEHNER, F., 1989. The effect of a heavy top on the Mw - Mz Physics Letters B vol. 227, p.167.
  7. BORRELLI, A., CONSOLI, M., MAIANI, L. and SISTO, R., 1990. A model - independent analysis of the Z line-shape. Nuclear Physics B vol. 333, p. 357.
  8. BRANCHINA, V., CASTORINA, P., CONSOLI, M. and ZAPPALA’, D., 1990. The hadronic width of the Z from a fit to R(e+e- --> hadrons). Physical Review Letters, 65, p. 3237.
  9. CONSOLI, M. and FIELD, J.H., 1994. Effective Gluon mass and the determination of αs from the J/ψ and Y branching ratios. Physical Review D 49, p. 1293.
  10. CONSOLI, M. and STEVENSON, P.M., 1994. The non trivial effective potential of the "trivial" λΦ4 Theory: a lattice test. Zeitschrift f. Physik 63, p.427.
  11. CONSOLI, M. and STEVENSON, P.M., 1996. Landau Poles, Ultraviolet Fixed Points and "Triviality" in the perturbative expansion of λΦ4 Modern Physics Letters A, vol. 11, p.2511.
  12. CONSOLI, M. and STEVENSON, P.M., 1997. Mode-Dependent Field Renormalization and "Triviality" in λΦ4 Physics Letters B vol. 391, p.144.
  13. CEA, P., CONSOLI, M., COSMAI, L. and STEVENSON, P.M. 1999. Further lattice evidences for a large re-scaling of the Higgs condensate. Modern Physics Letters A, vol. 14, p.1673.
  14. CONSOLI, M. and STEVENSON, P.M., 2000. Physical mechanisms generating spontaneous symmetry breaking and a hierarchy of scales. International Journal of Modern Physics A, vol. 15, p.133.
  15. CONSOLI, M., 2002. Spontaneous symmetry breaking and the pà 0 limit. Physical Review D 65, p. 105017.
  16. CONSOLI, M. and COSTANZO, E., 2004. From classical to modern ether-drift experiments: the narrow window for a preferred frame. Physics Letters A 333, p.355.
  17. CONSOLI, M. and COSTANZO, E., 2008. Is the physical vacuum a preferred frame ?. European Physical Journal C, vol. 54, p. 385
  18. CONSOLI, M., 2009. Do 1/r potentials require massless particles ? Physics Letters B 672, p.270.
  19. CONSOLI, M., 2009. Ultraweak excitations of the quantum vacuum as physical models of gravity. Classical and Quantum Gravity 26, p. 225008.
  20. CONSOLI, M. and PAPPALARDO, L., 2010. Emergent gravity and ether-drift experiments. General Relativity and Gravitation 42, p. 2585.
  21. CONSOLI, M., 2012. A kinetic basis for space-time symmetries. Physics Letters A 376, p.3377.
  22. CONSOLI, M., MATHESON, C. and PLUCHINO, A. 2013. The classical ether-drift experiments: a modern re-interpretation. European Physical Journal Plus, vol. 128, p. 71.
  23. CONSOLI, M., 2015. Probing the vacuum of particle physics with precise laser interferometry. Foundations of Physics 45, p. 22.
  24. CONSOLI, M., PLUCHINO, A., RAPISARDA, A., 2016. Cosmic Background Radiation and 'ether drift' experiments. Europhysics Lett. 113, p.19001.
  25. CONSOLI, M. and PLUCHINO, A., 2018. Cosmic Microwave Background and the issue of a fundamental preferred frame. Eur. Phys. Jour. Plus 133, p.295. 

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