What kind of limitations are there for trying to split up the quarks from their binding formation?
The force between them goes to infinity as a function of separation distance.
Isn't this problem of infinite force between quarks like the infinite of every force which decreases 1/r^a with distance r, and a>0, as r->0.
I'm not convinced this is the only restriction for finding quarks in groups rather than individuals.
That is the reason for why you, classically, can not force two chargers of equal type arbitrary close.
Another feature is the criterion of colour-neutrality, all physically observable states must have 0 colour charge.
I should say I disagree
The strong coupling constant at large distances
I was referring to the quark-quark potential in e.g. quarkonia. That potential becomes constant at the "string breaking" scale.
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