Neutrino experiments at high energies
A review i is given of experimental work in the field of neutrino physics carried out between 1972 and the first half of 1977 using high energy accelerators. The methodology of neutrino experiments is examined including neutrino beams, modern electronic detectors, and bubble chambers. Data are presented on the measurement of total cross sections with charged and neutral currents. Results of studies of elastic and deep inelastic scattering and their theoretical interpretation are described. The principal mechanisms of production of new particles and the results of an experimental search for them in neutrino interactions are discussed.