The Naïve Quark Model and Beyond
I comment on the (lack of) connection between the Naïve Quark Model and Quantum Chromodynamics. The relation between magnetic moments of baryons and the problem of the spin of the proton is discussed in more detail; in particular it is emphasized that data on the magnetic moments and axial couplings of baryons are now much more accurate than in the past, and are less encouraging for the Naïve Quark Model than in the past.
KeywordsQuark Model Chiral Symmetry Breaking Nucl Phys Axial Coupling Hadron Wave Function
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