The observable effects of a neutral intermediate vector boson in semileptonic processes are considered in the context of a proposed renormalizable theory of the weak and electromagnetic interactions. With strange particles neglected, this theory allows the calculation of neutral-current form factors in terms of charged-current form factors and electromagnetic form factors. The results are neither confirmed nor refuted by present data. One possible method of incorporating the strange particles is briefly discussed.
- Received 6 December 1971
- Published in the issue dated 15 March 1972
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