Robert Jaffe

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Robert L. Jaffe (born May 23, 1946) is an American physicist and the Jane and Otto Morningstar Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was formerly director of the MIT Center for Theoretical Physics.


  • The theory community, myself included - became rather troubled about the particle.
    • about the pentaquark, soon after its thought-to-be discovery in 2003, particle physicists found that the particle took about 100 times longer to decay into a neutron and meson than other paticles did of the same mass, as quoted by by Maggie McKee, New Scientist, (April 20, 2005)

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