Diquark correlations in hadron physics: Origin, impact and evidence

@article{Barabanov2020DiquarkCI,
  title={Diquark correlations in hadron physics: Origin, impact and evidence},
  author={Mikhail Barabanov and Marco Antonio Bedolla and William K. Brooks and Gordon D. Cates and C. Chen and Y. Chen and Evaristo Cisbani and Ming Ding and Gernot Eichmann and Rolf Ent and J. Ferretti and Ralf W. Gothe and T. Horn and Simonetta Liuti and C{\'e}dric Mezrag and Alessandro Pilloni and Andrew Puckett and Craig D. Roberts and Patrizia Rossi and Giovanni Salm{\`e} and Elena Santopinto and Jorge Segovia and Sergey Syritsyn and Makoto Takizawa and Egle Tomasi-Gustafsson and Philipp Wein and Bogdan Wojtsekhowski},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2020}
}

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