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7 Such states appear as well defined resonances. In contrast, the antiquark present in the K p channel is s and cannot annihilate with a valence quark present in the proton. 8 Then K p shows no resonance because (baryon) resonances axe bound states of three quarks. So far this is only a systematisation rather than an explanation, but in the language of nuclear physics the three quark states are analogous to structure resonances, whereas any resonant effects in K p or K n would be analogous to shape resonances, scattering from a simple potential hole.
An internal method of getting J works here. First, there is no charged ù. Therefore the isospin is zero. The width Ã is ~ lOMeV — a bit narrow but certainly a strong decay and in strong interactions isospin is conserved. Since a pion has Ô = 1, every dipion combination must have Ô = 1 to make a 3ð state with Ô = 0. The dipion state with Ã = 1 is odd under interchange (like J = 1). Therefore the space part of the 3ð final state, represented through the momentum vectors, must be odd under interchange of a pair to give overall (Bose) symmetry.
If there is some axis with respect to which J æ = 0, then relative to that axis the angular distribution of pions (in the centre of mass) will be [Pj(cos0)] . Try possible axes and look for the highest power of cos0 — 2 29 Femtophysic s 30 there will be some axis in some process giving at least some degree of alignment. Similar but more complex arguments apply to nucleon-pion final states. 1) For the hyperons, the strong interactions can produce transversly polarised hyperons ((pi ÷ Ñ2)scalar) and in the weak decays there is a ( 1 + a cos È) dependence of the momentum of the decay pion relative to the hyperon spin.