Lancaster: American Physical Society, 1956. 1st Edition. FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS OF TWO PAPERS RELATED TO THE STATIC MODEL FOR THE PION-NUCLEON INTERACTION. The two Chew and Low papers in this issue depict the important “interplay between technical developments in QFT and the elaboration of simplified models of the strong interaction” (Brown, Pions to Quarks, 596).
The authors re-examine the theory of p-wave pion-nucleon scattering using the QFT formalism recently developed by one of the authors, F. E. Low. Specifically, the paper looks at Chew’s “fixed-extended-source model using Low’s QFT formalism” (ibid). After these papers, Chew’s fixed-extended-source model became known as the Chew-Low model. Item #877
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