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4) (see however Chapter 28). The structure of the hadronic part is more difficult to specify. Even if we had an explicit expression for ha(x) we could not, in general, compute matrix elements of ha between hadron states, because the hadrons, being severely affected by the strong interactions, are far from being like bare free particles. 6) (pjh' In) -* up'Y'(Gv - GA-/5)U. 24. 6) is remarkable because that is the value of the coefficient of ya in la(x). Yet one might have thought that the effect of the strong interactions in the hadrons would give a drastically different value.
Oc 6AB, -AA . 8) v == lry2u*, 2 we can relate the matrix element which occurs in the process A(p) + ... --+ B(p') + ... (1) to that which occurs in -iuT-yo'y A(p) + ... (2) B(pf) + ... when A and B come from the same vertex. 10) rA-B(1>>py) = vA(p)'Ya(Gv - GA75)vB(P ). 8) rA-B (p, P) = uA (p) Yo Y2 Ya (Gv - CA'Y5)'Y2uB (p') But this is a number, not a matrix, and hence equal to its transpose. B (p, P) = UB (p )'y y2T (Cv - GA75 )'YaT),2T,YOTUA (p) 1 Field theory and pre-gauge theory of weak interactions 18 Now y5 = `y5, ,yoT = ,y0 ,y2T = ,y2 Moreover all c e.
17) thus relates matrix elements J+ to those of J3. An immediate application connects part of the neutron /3-decay matrix element to the electromagnetic form factors of protons and neutrons. 18) (plValn) = (hl emlp) - (n) em ln). This relation, and many similar ones, are basically just applications of the Wigner-Eckart theorem (see, for example, Merzbacher, 1962), and can be obtained directly from it. Further useful relations follow from making a rotation of 7r about the `1' axis in isospace. This has the effect of making J2 -+ -J2 and J3 -> -J3.
An Introduction to Gauge Theories and Modern Particle Physics 2 Volume Hardback Set (Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology) (Vol.1) by Elliot Leader, Enrico Predazzi