Interest ran high at the special session on the A2 meson, held at the Washington APS meeting. Many of those who crowded into the room hoped that a new experiment designed to duplicate the original CERN experiment would at last settle the question of whether or not the A2 is split, that is, does it exist as two identical particles differing only in mass by 3%?

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