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Dispersion Relationships and Form Factors of Elementary Particles

  • P. S. Isaev

Abstract

The survey is devoted to the modern state-of-the-art in the field of the form factors of π-mesons, K-mesons, and nucleons. The concept of form factors of elementary particles is presented, as well the description of the form factors using dispersion relations; an interpretation of experimental data on the scattering of electrons by pions and nucleons is given by introducing form-factor functions; the theoretical aspects of the link between the difference in masses of charged and neutral K-mesons and the form factors of K-mesons are considered; the various representations of form-factor functions are treated.

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