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Charge symmetry, quarks and mesons
Abstract Charge symmetry breaking (CSB) in particle and nuclear physics is reviewed. The data and theory relevant to understand CSB in hadronic mass spittings, interactions and decay rates;Expand
Three-body forces
A review of current knowledge of three‐body forces from experimental and theoretical standpoints is given. The 3‐H and 3‐He nuclei are discussed. Also, nucleon scattering from deuterium is discussed.Expand
TEN MENUS FOR HADRON PHYSICS
Violation of charge Symmetry
Nuclear charge symmetry (CS) is a classic case of an intrinsically broken symmetry. At the quark level the CS operation is the interchange of the d and u quarks. Since the mass of the u quark isExpand
What is the Matter with Antimatter
What is so Special About Eta-Meson Physics
The η is a remarkable particle as regards its production, interaction, and its various suppressed, rare and forbidden decay modes. Eta production is always large; near threshold it is dominated by 3Expand
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