ANALYSIS OF DELTA-S=1 NON-LEPTONIC WEAK DECAYS AND THE DELTA-I=1-2 RULE
Journal or Book Title
PHYSICAL REVIEW D
Current-algebra and quark-model methods are used to investigate hyperon and kaon transition amplitudes for various contributions to the weak nonleptonic Hamiltonian of the Weinberg-Salam model. Substantial enhancements are found for matrix elements of certain operators which are induced by quantum-chromodynamic radiative corrections and contain right-handed currents. These operators improve the agreement with experiment in most cases, although problems remain in P-wave hyperon amplitudes. In this approach, the ΔI=1/2 rule is understandable in both kaons and baryons under plausible assumptions.
Donoghue, JF; Golowich, Eugene; PONCE, WA; and Holstein, BR, "ANALYSIS OF DELTA-S=1 NON-LEPTONIC WEAK DECAYS AND THE DELTA-I=1-2 RULE" (1980). PHYSICAL REVIEW D. 239.
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