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of the hypernuclei and formulas for the 4-body L = 0 states were derived by a straightforward extension of this formula.
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Nuclei containing one or more strange quarks are called hypernuclei.
This study of the new antihypernucleus also yields a valuable sample of normal hypernuclei, and has implications for our understanding of the structure of collapsed stars.
Whereas ordinary nuclei contain protons and neutrons, so-called hypernuclei produced in an experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, N.Y., also contain exotic particles quite different from those in ordinary matter.
In the new hypernuclei experiment, a team of 50 scientists from six countries used a Brookhaven accelerator known as the Alternating Gradient Synchrotron to direct the world's most intense proton beam at a piece of tungsten.
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PT-type potentials are used for analyzing the bound energies of the [LAMBDA]-particle in hypernuclei
in nuclear physics.