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    For a neutral pion and a neutral kaon.
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    Three quarks for Muster Mark!
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    That'll tread her and wed her and bed her and red her
    Without ever winking the tail of a feather
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    (Original post by helpMehRevise)
    For a neutral pion and a neutral kaon.
    \displaystyle \pi ^{0} = \mathrm{u\bar{u}} \ \text{or} \ \mathrm{d\bar{d}}

    \displaystyle \mathrm{K}^{0} = \mathrm{u\bar{s}} \ \text{or} \ \mathrm{s\bar{d}}
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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    \displaystyle \pi ^{0} = \mathrm{u\bar{u}} \ \text{or} \ \mathrm{d\bar{d}}

    \displaystyle \mathrm{K}^{0} = \mathrm{u\bar{s}} \ \text{or} \ \mathrm{s\bar{d}}
    ah i see so kaons contain a strange quark whereas pions contain an up and down quark.
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    (Original post by helpMehRevise)
    ah i see so kaons contain a strange quark whereas pions contain an up and down quark.
    Precisely. Kaons have a characteristic known as strangeness. You won't need to memorise these for the exam though, just know neutrons and protons.
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    (Original post by helpMehRevise)
    For a neutral pion and a neutral kaon.
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=pion

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=kaon
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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    Precisely. Kaons have a characteristic known as strangeness. You won't need to memorise these for the exam though, just know neutrons and protons.
    Actually for the exam board which i do you need to know them with the quark structure of neutrons and protons.
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