Prog. Theor. Phys. Vol. 32 No. 6 (1964) pp. 911-921
G-Parity and Unitary Symmetry
Department of Physics, University of Tokyo, Tokyo
(Received July 31, 1964)
In the SU(3)-symmetric theory of strong interaction, G-parity is generalized referring to the other subgroups U(2) of the U(3), called U and V-spins, different from the isotopic spin subgroup. The introduced GU and GV-parities are applied to lead to the selection rules for the pΣ+ and the nΣ- annihilation processes.
DOI : 10.1143/PTP.32.911
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