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## Main Question or Discussion Point

hi,

I'm studying parity violation in particle physics..

I have this decay:

1+ ---> 0+ + 0+

in J^P notation.

Why this process violate parity? All terms have positive parity.

The parity of the products is just (+1)*(+1)*(-1)^l,

so this means that the two scalar particles form an odd orbital angular momentum system?

I'm studying parity violation in particle physics..

I have this decay:

1+ ---> 0+ + 0+

in J^P notation.

Why this process violate parity? All terms have positive parity.

The parity of the products is just (+1)*(+1)*(-1)^l,

so this means that the two scalar particles form an odd orbital angular momentum system?