I have an exercise for "Introduction to high energy physics" and I'm baffled. The exercise states:
Problem: Higgs particle of mass 125.7 GeV decays in an exclusive channel of baryon-antibaryon (sigma and anti-sigma):
- Draw a leading order quark diagram for this decay
- Find in PDG tables the mass of the $\Sigma^0$ baryon and calculate the energy of each of the jets produced in this decay.
My issue: Higgs doesn't seem to have a decay channel into baryon- antibaryon pair in all the resources I looked at. The closest I can get is $H \to b\bar b$ and $H \to c\bar c$ which would eventually create jets if I'm not mistaken. In all other cases, the Higgs decays into bosons or leptons...
Do you think it's a purely hypothetical exercise? Like, calculate things that won't happen? Or am I missing something here?