In 2003, the field of baryon spectroscopy was almost revolutionized by experimental evidence for the existence of baryon states constructed from five quarks (actually four quarks and an antiquark) rather than the usual three quarks. In a 1997 paper , considering only u, d, and s quarks, Diakonov et al. proposed the existence of a low-mass anti-decuplet… (More)
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