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Effective dynamical model for the kaon decay ΔI=1/2 rule

  • N. H. Fuchs
  • M. D. Scadron
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Summary

Light plane quark wave functions quantitatively predict and effective ΔI=1/2 s-d weak self-energy hadronized transition 〈π|H w eff |K〉 which in turn reflects the experimental ΔI=1/2 scale for kaon decays and, in particular, closely matches the K0→π+π- and K0→π0π0 decay amplitudes.

PACS. 12.40

Models of strong interactions 

Эффективная динамическая модель для правила ΔI=1/2 при распаде каона

Резюме

Волновые функции кварка на светивой плоскости количественно предсказывают эффективныи ΔI=1/2 s-d слабый переход 〈π|H w eff |K〉, который в свою очередь, отражает экспериментальный ΔI=1/2 масштаб для распадов каонов и, в частности, близко подгоняет амплитуды K0→π+π- и K0→π0π0 распадов.

Riassunto

Le funzioni d’onda dei quark del piano di luce prevedono quantitativamente una transizione adronizzata 〈π|H w eff |K〉 efficace ΔI=1/2 s-d debole di autoenergia che a sua volta riflette la scala sperimentale ΔI=1/2 per i decadimenti kaonici e, in particolare mette strettamente in relazione le ampiezze di decadimento K0→π+π- e K0→π0π0.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. H. Fuchs
    • 1
  • M. D. Scadron
    • 2
  1. 1.Physics DepartmentPurdue UniversityWest LafayetteUSA
  2. 2.Physics DepartmentUniversity of ArizonaTucsonUSA

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