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52 6. 0152 . 0153. 2. 3. 3 11ass Difference Calculations Mass diff. 1 In Chapter 6, the concept of V-spin was introduced. If the u, d, and s quarks are taken as equivalent, the I-spin operator /+ can be viewed as changing a d quark to a u quark, and the V-spin operator U+ can be viewed as changing an s quark to a d quark. /- and U- change quarks in the opposite direction from /+ and U+, respectively. , atad, where the operators are understood to be for the same momentum and spin. ) /-, U+, and U- are handled similarly.

4. Invariance, Symmetries, and Conserved Quantities 33 ANSWER: Note that E+ K+ = (I = 3/2, h = 3/2), EO K+ = (1/\1'3)( V2/3/2. 1/2} - /1/2, 1/2}), E+ KO = (1/\1'3)( V2/1/2. -1/2) + 13/2, -1/2}), E- KO = 13/2, -3/2) , EOKo = (1/\I'3)(V213/2. -1/2) + 11/2, -1/2»), E- K+ = (1/\I'3)(-V211/2, -1/2) + 13/2, -1/2»). Also for the pion nucleon states 1T'+p = (I = 3/2,13 = 3/2), 1T'0p = (1/\1'3)( +V2/3/2, 1/2) - 11/2,1/2»), 1T'-p = (1/\1'3)( -V2/1/2. -1/2) + 13/2, -1/2»), 1T'-n = 13/2, -3/2) . Let Al and A3 be the amplitudes for interactions in the 1 = 1/2 and 3/2 states, respectively: 1.

For k = 1,2,3, one has -cr. ,p. ,p. ,p = ( +E-m _ _ +u·p -E-m (¢) X = o. Thus, (E - m)¢ - (cr· p)X = 0; +(cr· p)¢ - (E - m)¢ = +(cr . p)X; (E + m)x = (E + m)x = 0; +(cr . p)¢. 7. 7 ~ ~ 2 a) Show that (a . p) = b) Show that # I~2 pI. = p2. ANSWER: a) Using the explicit forms for the a matrices, __ a . P = ( pz Px + ipy Px - iPY) -pz ~ ~)2 ::::} ( a· P = _ ~2 Thus (a . p) = b) ~2 I P I I, 2 ( Px 2 2 + Py + Pz o ~2 where I P I is the three-vector squared. j Pilip)"yj. Consider first the diagonal terms, i = j.