CHIRAL SYMMETRY IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS a Mannque RHO

  • Published 1998

Abstract

How chiral symmetry – which is a basic ingredient of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) for light-quark hadrons – enters and plays an eminent role in nuclear physics is discussed. This is done in two steps. In the first step, I introduce the notion of the Cheshire Cat Principle which describes how a strong-interaction phenomenon can be described in various… (More)

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