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As we go to systems with more strange quarks, the u,d quarks act as if their ef-
fective mass increases (by a factor of three??). There is a systematic trend but
Now let's study the strange quark. We can do this by supposing that the
environmental dependence for u and d flavors is the same. Then
(s)_ - (oo + 2=-) = -0.69 0.03
(s)E (r.+ + 22-) = -0.5 0.5
(s)A = -0.6
So the strange quark gives its "canonical" contribution to baryons containing
either one or two strange quarks.
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