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An Alternative Model of Quark Confinement

@article{Francis1999AnAM,
  title={An Alternative Model of Quark Confinement},
  author={Charles Francis},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={1999}
}
  • C. Francis
  • Published 28 September 1999
  • Physics
  • arXiv: General Physics
In "A Theory of Quantum Space-time" we constructed a form of field theory in which Feynman diagrams describe real particle interactions, not virtual ones. In this paper we outline a theory of discrete interactions based on hadron field operators which bind quark in co- ordinate space, but not momentum space, and offer explanations for the strong force, jets and Zweig's rule. As yet no calculations have been carried out on the predictions of the theory, but we indicate possibilities for testable… 

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