Scalar Strong Interaction Hadron Theory II


Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI055000

The current theory for strongly interacting elementary particles QCD cannot account for low energy phenomena. The present theory described in this book aims at replacing low energy QCD and has far more predictive power.

Equations of motion for mesons and baryon are proposed, accounting for many basic mesonic data and, presently, a few baryon data. It is supposedly still at its early stage of development.
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Construction of Equations of Motion for Meson

Chapter 3. Meson Wave Equations in Relative Space

Chapter 4. Normalization, Superposition Principle, Flavor-Independence, and Wave Functions
Chapter 5. Spectra, Classification and Motion of Mesons

Chapter 6. Lagrangian Formalism and Electromagnetic Interactions

Chapter 7. Weak Interactions of Kaon and Pion

Chapter 8. On Strong Decay of Mesons

Chapter 9. Construction of Equations of Motion for Baryon

Chapter 10. Reduction of Baryon Wave Equations

Chapter 11. Baryon Wave Function, Classification and Magnetic Moment

Chapter 12. Neutron Decay and Possible Nonconservation of Angular Momentum

Chapter 13. CP Violation in Kaon Decay andB0-B0 Mixing

Chapter 14. QCD as High Energy Linit of the Present Theory




Keywords: hadron theory, scalar strong interaction, No Higgs

Audience: Research physicists.,Graduate students, university teachers in elementary particle physics.

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