Gell-Mann, M. and Goldberger, M. L. and Low, F. E. and Singh, V. and Zachariasen, F. (1964) Elementary Particles of Conventional Field Theory as Regge Poles. IV. Physical Review, 133 (1B). B161-B174. ISSN 0031-899X http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120815-111559764
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The usual field theory of spin 0 "nucleons" coupled to vector mesons (or heavy photons) is studied in order to find out whether the nucleon lies on a Regge trajectory. Photon-nucleon scattering is examined, to each order in the coupling constant, with the highest power of ln cosθ retained. It is found that a suitable Regge trajectory is generated, but that the nucleon does not lie on it. The nucleon pole term in the scattering amplitude corresponds to a fixed singularity in angular momentum. The spin 0 "nucleon" thus behaves differently from a particle of spin ½.
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