I'm trying to understand how to construct effective lagrangians for the hadrons. I understand the procedure for the mesons but I get stuck on baryons. In particular I don't understand how the baryons should transform under a chiral transformation. I mean for the mesons it was easy because they could be interpreted as the Goldston bosons of the theory, but for baryons?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks in advance for the answers.

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# Baryon effective Lagrangian

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