QCD as a Basis for Quark and Nuclear Forces
Quarks are constituents of nucleons, which are in turn the building blocks of nuclei. Now that high energy physicists believe that they have a viable theory of quark forces, at least within nucleons, an obvious question is whether we can exploit the theory to better understand the nuclear forces.
KeywordsStrange Quark Nuclear Force Pauli Principle Color Singlet Gluon Exchange
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