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Aug 26, 2009 at 10:35 PM

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            Hyperons amongst massive molecules are taking the special place on account of their properties. Having the half spin are baryons - so they have the odd number of biquarks, being born from massive mesons (with the integer spin) must so come into existence in pairs (two molecules from the family of hyperons). They are disintegrating in a special way: in a cascade slowly (with lifetime 10-10[s])  losing the part of one's structure spitting out charge or neutral pions and sometimes  photons raising part of the excess angular momentum. Then series of breakdowns are coming into existence having begun from the Ω hyperon one by one through hyperons: Ξ, (Σo), Λ, all the way to the N nucleon (p or n). This property of the cascade breakdown is pointing at the slow disintegration of the primal complete structure of the Ω hyperon, rather than as disintegrations of big mesons consisting very oftentimes in complete disintegrations of structures of fullerene onions and for being born kind of anew a few less massive structures creating new molecules. [1] and [2].

            In this publication are presented models of the most well-known hyperons with many graphics showing presumable their structures and cascade breakdowns. Also a model of pre-proton is discussed  - structure from biquarks who is an immediate state preceding the uprising "mature" for character of the nucleon.  

            The entire publication is based  on The Subquark Model "MSq" and constitutes its next part describing world of elementary particles built from subquark pairs forming the elementary particles of the Universe (virtual quanta, photons, gravitons, neutrinos, electrons, biquarks, etc.)[3]. 

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1.     Pre-protons - creation of baryon matter
2.     Structure of the Ω hyperon
3.     Cascade decays of hyperons Ω, Ξ, Σ, Λ
4.     Remaining  hyperons
5.     More massive baryons - examples
6.     The table of masses of hyperons and families of baryons Λ

Publication in enclosed pdf file  Hyperons - birth of the proton.pdf                                 Leszek Ampel


[1]  Ampel Leszek, Whether new particle Y(4140) is confirming the correctness of MSq?, (2009), http://all-subquarks.pl/   
[2]  Ampel Leszek, Fullerene structures of massive elementary particles. Is the Higgs boson needed for us?, (2009), http://all-subquarks.pl/
[3]  Ampel Leszek, The Subquark Model of  the structure of elementary particles, (2009), http://all-subquarks.pl/ (publication - 150 pages in PDF format - available after registering)

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