High Energy Particle Physics


What’s Wrong with the Weak Interaction?

Authors: Paul R. Gerber

A group-theoretical argument is given which shows that the weak interaction does not violate parity symmetry. Two corresponding experiments are discussed. As a consequence, charge conjugation can not be considered an independent symmetry operation. Furthermore, the more general question is asked whether there is any fundamental need at all for a weak force.

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