Isospin invariance and generalised Bose statistics applied to low energy K±Ko and π±πo space symmetries

  title={Isospin invariance and generalised Bose statistics applied to low energy K±Ko and $\pi$±$\pi$o space symmetries},
  author={Gideon Alexander and Harry. J. Lipkin},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
Abstract The use of isospin invariance and Generalised Bose statistics shows that the Bose–Einstein correlation (BEC) of identical bosons seen in the K + K + and π + π + systems can be extended to apply to K + K o and π + π o pairs when they are produced from an initial state with isospin zero; e.g. by the fragmentation of gluons or of a strange quark pair accompanied by gluons. This might be useful in constructing more realistic model dependent Monte Carlo programs for the investigation of the… 
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