why G parity = [tex](-1)^I C[/tex]?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

C is the Charge conjugation number of the neutral member.

G parity of [tex]\pi^0[/tex] is very obvious. Given [tex]e^{i\pi I_2} |I\ 0\rangle = (-1)^I |I\ 0\rangle[/tex]

How do you compute the G parity of [tex]\pi^+[/tex]?

G parity operator

[tex]G = Ce^{i\pi I_2}[/tex]

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# G-parity question

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