X → π– + p
why is this weak interaction and not strong interaction considering a pion and proton are both hadrons
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- 02-02-2017 21:18
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- 05-02-2017 00:01
Was X a kaon (or does it have a strange quark)? Because strangeness isn't conserved via the weak interaction, but it would be conserved if it was strong so if X is strange then it can't be strong as strangeness isn't conserved.
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- 05-02-2017 00:02