What’s New in the Old Spectroscopy?
In the first two of these three lectures, I describe some recent work attempting to place the quark potential model on a firmer foundation: we will discuss taking first the “naive” and then the “non-relativistic” out of the quark model. In the last lecture I will give my views on the outstanding theoretical and experimental issues in “the old spectroscopy”.
KeywordsQuark Model Flux Tube Strong Coupling Limit Dalitz Plot Constituent Quark Model
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