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Breaking SU(3) Symmetry and Baryon Masses

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Following the Projection-Gell-Mann Standard Model obtained from 5D homogeneous space-time, we extended to the definition of Strange and Charm quarks from the SU(3) fractional charged generators superposition representations, and calculated all the well-known baryon masses. The results indicate how the Orthogonality between the SU(2) × L and SU(3) × L manifolds is broken in the hadrons, such that the superposition of the time projection Po, and the conformal space projection P1 are established, the basic requirement for General Relativity and the establishment of the Riemannian curvature in the presence of mass.

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Wong, K. , Dreschhoff, G. and Jungner, H. (2015) Breaking SU(3) Symmetry and Baryon Masses. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1492-1497. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.611153.

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