26.(a) Using Table 45-3, we fndq=0andS=−1 For this particle (also,B= 1, since that is true For allparticles in that table). ±rom Table 45-5, we see it must thereFore contain a strange quark (whichhas charge−1/3), so the other two quarks must have charges to add to zero. Assuming the othersare among the lighter quarks (none oF them being an antiquark, since
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