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Dear forum readers;

I have a simple question.

Could someone tell me the isospin is conserved in the above reaction? This is the way i understood this.

LHS possible Isospin values are 1/2, 3/2

RHS possible Isospin value is 5/2

5/2 is not in LHS. so, isospin is not conserved. Is this right. I am little confused here.

thanks in advanced.

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