When you google my question you get something on the order of 400 000 results but none of them explains how it is defined (No I didn't check them all). I know what the words quarks, transverse and ...
Can someone point me to a short definition of what the nucleon axial charge is?
$\pi^0$ particles are either up-antiup or down-antidown (or strange-antistrange?) They must be opposite colors to preserve neutrality. Why don't the opposite quarks annihilate?
For a charged quantum particle, say, an electron or a quark, how in the particle's wavefunction is the electric charge represented? Is it truly possible to represent electric charge using the wave ...
How much computing power would it take to simulate a single proton from the bottom up, without taking any shortcuts whatsoever? My current understanding is that: A proton is basically a seething ...