Quark model and the magnetic moments of proton and neutron

@article{Gell1969QuarkMA,
  title={Quark model and the magnetic moments of proton and neutron},
  author={Yakov Gell and Don B. Lichtenberg},
  journal={Il Nuovo Cimento A (1965-1970)},
  year={1969},
  volume={61},
  pages={27-40}
}
SummaryIt is shown that in order to obtain agreement with experiment for the ratio of the proton to neutron magnetic moment within the framework of the nonrelativistic quark model, the nucleon wave functions must contain orbital angular momentum. Any departure fromSU6-invariant wave functions for proton and neutron not containing orbital angular momentum only enlarges the disagreement with experiment.RiassuntoSi dimostra che per ottenere l’accordo con i dati sperimentali per il rapporto del… Expand
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