How to build hadron multiplets from stable particles

  • A. O. Barut
Group Theory in Particle Physics
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 94)


New realizations of SU(3)-hadron multiplets are given in terms of stable particles, proton, electron, neutrino, and μ-meson, considered as a magnetically excited state of electron. Magnetic interactions between these particles can produce pairings of leptons and further coupling of these pairs with the proton. A shift of ⅔ of the leptonic charge to the electric charge relates leptons to quarks. Internal quantum numbers of hadrons and many rules of hadron interactions acquire simple physical interpretations.


Anomalous Magnetic Moment Lepton Pair Stable Particle Simple Physical Interpretation Additive Quantum Number 
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  • A. O. Barut
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsThe University of ColoradoBoulder

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