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According to wiki, unlike the other three interactions, weak interaction does not produce bound states. However, according to this and this, the weak force should be attractive between particles with opposite "weak charges." Neutrino and electron have opposite weak isospins, so why can't weak interaction bind them together through neutral current?


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