is a Standard Model particle with (u, d, b) quark content. What are the electric charge, baryon number and lepton number of this particle? Is this the only particle expected to exist with this quark ...
If the quarks in a neutron are (up,down,down), why isn't it negatively charged? Excuse the silly question, just wondering.
When a heavy quark hadronizes it has some probability of forming a meson vs forming a baryon. I suspect there is a well known branching ratio for each type of hadron. Does anyone know what the ...
I would to know if there is a correlation between isospin and energy. Consider for example the $\eta$ meson ($I =0$) and the pions($I=1$). The $\eta$ turns out to be much heavier then the pions ...
At present the only way we can produce anti-matter is through high powered collisions. New matter is created from the energy produced in these collisions and some of them are anti-matter particles ...