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Electromagnetic Splitting of Meson Mass

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The calculation of meson masses based on the 5D homogeneous space-time quantum projection was shown explicitly in a previous paper. There are no adjustable parameters, except the quark rest mass. In this article, we like to propose two 5 quarks baryons yet unreported; a bound state of the proton and π+, which should have a mass of roughly 33.8 GeV and that of the proton and J/Ψ, which has an approximate mass of 125 GeV close to the already found 6 quarks proton-proton- boson resonance.

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Wong, K. , Dreschhoff, G. and Jungner, H. (2015) Electromagnetic Splitting of Meson Mass. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 890-901. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.67093.

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