Chiral Symmetry

  • M. D. Scadron
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Abstract

We present many varied chiral symmetry models at the quark level which consistently describe strong interaction hadron dynamics. The pattern that emerges is a nonstrange current quark mass scale \({\hat m_{cur}}\) ~ (34–69) MeV and a current quark mass ratio \({({m_s}/\hat m)_{cur}}\) ~ 5–6 along with no strange quark content in nucleons.

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  • M. D. Scadron
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsUniversity of ArizonaTucsonUSA

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