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Much of the work to be presented is contained in the following publications:M. Gell-Mann:Phys. Rev.,92, 833 (1953);M. Gell-Mann andA. Pais:Proceedings of the Glasgow Conference, 1954, and in an unpublished note:M. Gell-Mann:On the Classification of Particles (circulated in preprint form, August, 1953). In these references, however, the proposals under discussion are mentioned only briefly and are sometimes buried in a mass of other material. Here they are treated alone and in some detail. Practically the same proposals have been put forward in Japan. SeeT. Nakano andK. Nishijima:Prog. Theor. Phys.,10, 581 (1953) andK. Nishijima (to be published).
R. P. Feynman andG. Speisman:Phys. Rev.,94, 500 (1954).
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G. C. Wick:Accad. Lincei, Atti,21, 170 (1935).
M. Gell-Mann andA. Pais:Phys. Rev.,97, 1387 (1955).
W. B. Fowlek, R. P. Shutt, A. M. Thorndike andW. L. Whittemobe:Phys. Rev.,98, 121 (1955).
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Gell-Mann, M. The interpretation of the new particles as displaced charge multiplets. Nuovo Cim 4, 848–866 (1956). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02748000