# A New Extended Model of Hadrons

@article{Chodos1974ANE, title={A New Extended Model of Hadrons}, author={Alan Chodos Alan Chodos and Robert L. Jaffe and K. Johnson and Charles B. Thorn and Victor frederick Weisskopf}, journal={Physical Review D}, year={1974}, volume={9}, pages={3471-3495} }

We propose that a strongly interacting particle is a finite region of space to which fields are confined. The confinement is accomplished in a Lorentz-invariant way by endowing the finite region with a constant energy per unit volume, $B$. We call this finite region a "bag." The contained fields may be either fermions or bosons and may have any spin; they may or may not be coupled to one another. Equations of motion and boundary conditions are obtained from a variational principle. The…

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### We would like to thank our colleagues in the Center for Theoretical Physics for many helpful discussions. In particular, we wish to thank Professor

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