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TitleSoft Pion Processes
Author(s)Nambu, Y.
Publication DateJanuary 1968
Report NumberCOO--264-421; EFI--68-11
Unique IdentifierACC0279
Other NumbersCONF-680102--2; OSTI ID: 4537294
Research OrgEnrico Fermi Institute and Department of Physics, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Contract NoAT(11-1)-264
Sponsoring OrgUS Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Other InformationFrom Meeting of the American Physical Society, Chicago, Ill.
SubjectN34260 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Interactions & Properties (Theoretical) -- Strong (Baryon No. = 1); Chirality; Emission; Field Theory; Interactions; Particle Models; Pions; Quantum Mechanics; Scattering
KeywordsParticle Physics
Related Web PagesYoichiro Nambu and the Mechanism of Spontaneous Broken Symmetries in Subatomic Physics
AbstractMy talk is concerned with a review, not necessarily of the latest theoretical developments, but rather of an old idea which has contributed to recent theoretical activities. By soft pion processes I mean processes in which low energy pions are emitted or absorbed or scattered, just as we use the word soft photon in a similar context. Speaking more quantitatively, we may call a pion soft if its energy is small compared to a natural scale in the reaction. This scale is determined by the particular dynamics of pion interaction, and one may roughly say that a pion is soft if its energy is small compared to the energies of the other individual particles that participate in the reaction. It is important to note at this point that pion is by far the lightest member of all the hadrons, and much of the success of the soft pion formulas depends on this fact.
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