|figureFirst phase of pion transition: to W Boson|
Figure 10 illustrates the transition to W Boson. The initial quarks may not be placed directly into the W Boson: they must undergo phase transforms in order to jump between quark flavour levels.
|figureSecond phase of pion transition: to Muons|
The second phase requires, to give a mathematical balance, some odd tricks (shown in the centre of the diagram). A fully time-reversed VT0 and a transitional VT0 are used. It is cumbersome but successful, representing phase and charge conservation.