Let's say I have two particles A and B and I want to find the total charge parity of the system ##C_{AB}##. In what cases is it allowed to say ##C_{AB}=C_{A}.C_{B}##?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I suspect that if A and B are their own antiparticles, then that is OK.

Is this even the case when the system has a relative angular momentum?

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# When is the total C-parity of two particles the product?

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