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Inquiry into Physics

8th Edition
Ostdiek
ISBN: 9781337515863
Textbook Problem

. Give all the quark-antiquark pairs that result in mesons that have no charge, no strangeness, no charm, and no bottomness. How do you think such particles might be distinguished from one another?

To determine

How do you think such a particles might be distinguished from one another?

Explanation

Given:

All the quark- anti quark pairs that result in meters that have no charge, no strangeness, no charm, no bottomness.

All the quark-antiquark pairs are

uu¯,dd¯,tt¯,cc¯,

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