Pions vs. Fermi Dirac Statistics and Bose-Einstein Statistics


by FeynmanIsCool
Tags: boseeinstein, dirac, fermi, pions, statistics
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Jan14-13, 11:18 AM
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Hello!
I have a small question, and Im not sure if im missing something:
Today I glanced at the wikipedia page for Pions, and saw this: Statistics: Bosonic
Can anyone explain to me why a quark paired with a anti-quark obey Bose-Einstein Statistics? If quarks obey Fermi-Dirac statistics, and have integer spins, how can this be?
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Jan14-13, 11:55 AM
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Nevermind! Posted too soon, answered my own question!


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