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An explanation of the difference in the values of the apparent f/d ratios for the Sand Pwave amplitudes of nonleptonic hyperon decays is proposed. The argument is formulated in the framework of the standard pole model with (56, 0+) ground-state and (70, 1−) excited baryons as intermediate states for the Pand Swaves respectively. Under the assumption that(More)
Quark and pole models of nonleptonic decays of charmed baryons are analysed from the point of view of their symmetry properties. The symmetry structure of the parity conserving amplitudes that corresponds to the contribution of the ground-state intermediate baryons is shown to differ from the one hitherto employed in the symmetry approach. It is pointed out(More)