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I am currently learning about the quark model in more detail, how the multipletts are constructed and so on. However, I wonder what particles were really found in that time? I found a list somewhere in the net stating:

1937: [tex]\mu[/tex]

1946: [tex]K^0,\bar K^0[/tex]

1947: [tex]\pi^-, \pi^+, K^+, K^-[/tex]

1949: [tex]\pi^0[/tex]

1951: [tex]\Lambda[/tex]

1952: [tex]\Xi^-[/tex]

1953: [tex]\Sigma^-[/tex], [tex]\Sigma^+[/tex]

1955: [tex]\bar p[/tex]n

1956: [tex]\Sigma^0[/tex], [tex]\nu_e[/tex]

1959: [tex]\Xi^0[/tex]

1961: [tex]\eta[/tex]

1962: [tex]\nu_\mu[/tex]

1964: [tex]\Omega^-[/tex]

But then, in this list there are e.g. no Delta-Baryons but it is always said that Gell-Mann knew about them in order to fill the dekuplett. Also, what about the rho-mesons, the omega and such? Is there any reference out there where the dates of discovery are written?

Thanks for your help!

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