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N and Δ resonances

  • R. L. Workman
Major Review in the Particle Listing Baryon

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Pole Position Pole Parameter Elastic Amplitude Argand Diagram EVT5 Document 
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  • R. L. Workman
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  1. 1.George Washington UniversityUSA

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