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Quark Models

  • Jonathan L. Rosner
Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSB, volume 66)

Abstract

When matter is broken into small enough bits, the bits look different.1 A rock is not just made of smaller pieces of rock; it can be subdivided into crystals, atoms, electrons and nuclei, nucleons, and--for the present, finally--quarks.

Keywords

Heavy Quark Quark Model Orbital Angular Momentum High Energy Physics Hyperfine Splitting 
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