Absence of strangenesschanging, neutral current effects from the symmetric quark model
Abstract
It is shown that the symmetric quark model with Bose quarts or as a threetriplet model with perfect SU(3) double prime (i.e. color) symmetry, supplemented by current algebra and pion PCAC provides an alternative to introduction of a rho prime charmed quark for banishing the absolute value of delta S = 2, delta Q = 0 nonleptonic effects to order (Gs). This mechanism is distinguished by the presence of such effects at high energies, to order (Gs) and/or (Gs) (Gt). Semileptonic the absolute value of delta S = 1, delta Q = 0 effects can be simply avoided by coupling the associated Z's to heavy leptons.
 Publication:

Unknown
 Pub Date:
 1974
 Bibcode:
 1974ascn.book.....N
 Keywords:

 Neutral Particles;
 Particle Interactions;
 Quarks;
 Strangeness;
 Baryons;
 Coupling Coefficients;
 Hyperons;
 Leptons;
 Nuclear Models;
 Quantum Mechanics;
 SolidState Physics