Remarks to the Standard Theory of K0, ¯K0 Meson Oscillations. -Strangeness and -Violation in Weak Interactions in System of K0, ¯K0 Mesons

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Usually it is supposed that K0, ¯K0 meson oscillations are realized through KS, KL meson states. It is necessary to remark that KS, KL meson states are produced at CP violation in the weak interactions, besides these states are nonorthogonal states. Since KS, KL meson states are nonorthogonal states they cannot generate K0, ¯K0 meson oscillations. For this aim can be used only orthogonal states. In reality at strangeness - S violation K0, ¯K0 mesons are transformed into superpositions of orthogonal K10, K20 meson states. Then through these K10, K20 meson states there are realized oscillations of K0, ¯K0 mesons. Further K10, K20 states at CP violation are transformed into superpositions of KS, KL meson states and then arise interference of KS, KL meson states but not oscillations. This picture is well in agreement with experiments. So we come to conclusion: K0, ¯K0 meson oscillations are realized through K10, K20 mesons, but not through KS, KL.

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Kh M Beshtoev

Institute of Applied Mathematics and Automation of KBSC of RAS

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