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Volume 12: Pages 699-708, 1999
The Intrinsic Properties of the Hadron and the Quantization of Volume in Space
Department of Optics, Shandong University, Jinan, Shandong, People's Republic of China
From fundamental assumption (I) and the law of conservation of charge (or baryon number), it is proved that the charge (or baryon number) of stable hadrons is quantized. It is proved from fundamental assumption (I), the conservation of strangeness (or charm), and the assumption of associated production that the strangeness (or charm) of stable hadrons is quantized. The Gell‐Mann‐Nishijima relation is deduced in theory. The intrinsic properties of resonance are determined by all laws of conservation. The quantization of volume in space is equivalent to the quantization of charge (or baryon number) in strong interaction. The conclusions of the theory are completely consistent with experimental results. Finally, many new particles are predicted.
Keywords: fundamental assumption (I), law of conservation, assumption of associated production, charge, baryon number, strangeness, charm, confinement of quark, Gell‐Mann‐Nishijima relation, quantization
Received: January 29, 1999; Published online: December 15, 2008