Ikeda, M.; Ogawa, S.; Ohnuki, Y.; A Possible Symmetry in Sakata's Model for Bosons-Baryons System
Progr. of Theor. Phys. 22 (1959) 715;

Abstracts
In this paper we study a possible symmetry in Sakata's model for the strongly interacting particles. In the limiting case in which the basic particles, proton, p, neutron, n and -particle, , have an equal mass, our theory holds the invariance under the exchange of p and or n and in addition to the usual charge independence and
the conservation of electrical and hyperonic charge. From our theory the following are obtained: (a) iso-singlet _{0}^{'}-meson state, which is a pseudo-scalar, exists, (b) the spin of -particle may be (3/2)^{+} and (c) several resonating states in K- and -nucleon scattering are anticipated to exist.

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Particles studied

meson

qn

baryon

qn

ex

Record comments
Introduction of SU(3) symmetry for hadrons. Prediction of the existence of the meson.