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Leptonic Hadron Decays

  • É. I. Mal’tsev
  • I. V. Chuvilo

Abstract

The main properties of leptonic hadron decays are reviewed from the point of view of the modern theory of weak interactions. The first chapter is devoted to a description of the decay properties of II and K mesons and the experimental data obtained prior to the middle of 1969 are analyzed. The second chapter is devoted to discussion of leptonic baryon decays in the framework of SU(3) symmetry.

Keywords

Form Factor Neutral Current Charge Asymmetry Dalitz Plot Semileptonic Decay 
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  • É. I. Mal’tsev
  • I. V. Chuvilo

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