JMP  Vol.3 No.10 , October 2012
CP Violation in Kaon Decay in the Scalar Strong Interaction Hadron Theory
Author(s) F. C. Hoh*
CP conservation and violation in neutral kaon decay are considered from a first principles’ theory, recently published as “Scalar Strong Interaction Hadron Theory”. The arbitrary phase angle relating K0 and 0 in current phenomenology is identified to be related to the product of the relative energy to the relative time between the s and d quarks in these kaons. The argument of the CP violating parameter ? is predicted to be 45? without employing measured data. The K0S decay rate is twice the K0L -K0S masss difference, in near agreement with data, and both are proportional to the square of the relative energy 29.44 eV. Any pion from K0L decay will also have a mass shift of ≈1.28 × 10-5 eV. The present first principles’ theory is consistent with CP conservation. To achieve CP violation, the relative time cannot extend to both +∞ and -∞ but is bounded in at least one direction. The values of these bounds lie outside the present theory and it is unknown how they can be brought forth. -B0 mixing is also considered and the relative energy is 663.66 eV.

Cite this paper
F. Hoh, "CP Violation in Kaon Decay in the Scalar Strong Interaction Hadron Theory," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 10, 2012, pp. 1562-1571. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.310193.
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