Scalar Strong Interaction Hadron Theory

Fang Chao Hoh
Uppsala, Sweden

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI057000

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The scalar strong interaction hadron theory, SSI, is a first principles’ and nonlocal theory at quantum mechanical level that provides an alternative to low energy QCD and Higgs related part of the standard model. The quark-quark interaction is scalar rather than color-vectorial. A set of equations of motion for mesons and another set for baryons have been constructed. This book provides an account of the present state of a theory supposedly still at its early stage of development. This work will facilitate researchers interested in entering into this field and serve as a basis for possible future development of this theory. (Imprint: Nova)

PREFACE

1. ON SEARCH OF HADRON WAVE EQUATIONS

2. CONSTRUCTION OF EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR MESON

3. MESON WAVE EQUATIONS IN RELATIVE SPACE

4. NORMALIZATION, SUPERPOSITION PRINCIPLE, FLAVOR-INDEPENDENCE, AND CONFINEMENT

5. MESON SPECTRA AND CLASSIFICATION

6. LAGRANGIAN FORMALISM AND ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTIONS

7. WEAK DECAY OF KAON AND PION AND KAON - THREE PIONS

8. STRONG DECAY OF MESON

9. CONSTRUCTION OF EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR BARYON

10. REDUCTION OF BARYON WAVE EQUATIONS

11. BARYON WAVE FUNCTIONS AND CLASSIFICATION

12. NEUTRON DECAY AND POSSIBLE NON-CONSERVATION OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM

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