antisymmetric wave function

antisymmetric wave function

[¦an·tē·si¦me·trik ′wāv ‚fəŋk·shən]
(physics)
A many-particle wave function which changes its sign when the coordinates of two of the particles are interchanged.
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It follows that there is no need to introduce the QCD's color degree of freedom in order to build an antisymmetric wave function for this baryon.