The application of charge independence to strange-particle reactions
University of California Radiation Laboratory, 1957 - Science - 26 pages
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_ K*+P 3/2 contribution accurate value analysis angular momentum antiparticle APPLICATION OF CHARGE BOMBARDED BY PIONS capture by neutrons CHARGE INDEPENDENCE charge-independence hypothesis charged decay mode co-workers determining the fraction deuterons discussed experiments by Wu future experiments hyperons produced hyperons that undergo INDEPENDENCE TO STRANGE-PARTICLE interaction is invariant interference effect K"-nucleon collision K*+n K+ meson K++n Kotani Radiation Laboratory lower limit means the ratio minimum value negative K-meson scattering normal charged decay nuclear emulsion nucleon system NUCLEONS BOMBARDED Nuovo Cimento obtained Permissible ranges phase difference Phys pion-nucleon possibilities of determining possible reactions predominant isotopic spin present experimental results production process recent experimental restrictions scattering by nucleons scattering phase shift shown in Fig strange particles STRANGE-PARTICLE REACTIONS strangeness quantum number strong interaction total isotopic spin transition matrix elements Tripp TT"+P U.S. Atomic Energy undergo normal charged University of California weak decay interaction weak interaction