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Chiral Symmetry and the BAG Model: A New Starting Point for Nuclear Physics

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Abstract

Classical nuclear theory deals with a many-body system of neutrons and protons interacting nonrelativistically through two-body potentials. It has, of course, long been realized that there must be corrections to this simple picture—for example, the meson exchange effects which preclude a simple interpretation of the magnetic moment of the deuteron in terms of d-state probability. Nevertheless, the availability of beams of pions, and the consequent ability to study the excitation of real isobars in nuclei, has been critical in the realization that for many problems one must develop a theoretical model which explicitly includes pion and isobar degrees of freedom (see, for example, the proceedings of recent topical conferences Cat+ 82, MT 80).

Keywords

  • Chiral Symmetry
  • Lagrangian Density
  • Axial Current
  • Pion Field
  • Nonrelativistic Quark Model

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