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Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
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Textbook Problem

The reaction (described in the preceding problem) takes place via the strong force. (a) What is the baryon number of the particle?

(b) Draw a Feynman diagram of the reaction showing the individual quarks involved.

To determine

(a)

The baryon number of Δ++ particle.

Explanation

Given:

Reaction given, π++pΔ++

Calculation:

Baryon number of π+ particle is 0 and that of proton is +1.

For the given reaction,π++pΔ++

  B:  0  +1

Therefore, to conserve baryon number for the above strong reaction, the baryon number

of Δ++ particle should be equal to +1

To determine

(b)

To draw Feynman diagram for the reaction π++pΔ++.

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