Unformatted text preview: would have to have a charge of + 4 3 . Clearly, there are no such anti-quarks in our list. Thus, a meson with S = –1 and q = +1 cannot be formed with the quarks/anti-quarks of Table 44-5. Similarly, one can show that, since no quark has q = − 4 3 , there cannot be a meson with S = +1 and q = –1....
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