Asked Jan 3, 2020

Doubly charged baryons are known to exist. Why are there no doubly charged mesons?


Expert Answer

Mesons are charge less and mass less particles which exist in form of wave energy or packets of energy.

So there do not exist any charge or mass on it. Hence mesons cannot be doubly charged.


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