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petergriffin@gmx.de
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Nov4-06, 03:38 PM
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Hi everyone,
I read once that a rho(0)-meson cannot decay into two pi(0)-mesons. (it
decays into a pi(+)pi(-))
does anyone know why it cant decay into two pi(0)?
thanks. peter

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