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The cancelation between the large individual contributions to the isospin-even amplitude is a direct consequence of chiral symmetry, which required the σ-exchange diagram. e. the isospin-even scattering amplitude vanishes identically, because the corrections ∼ mπ are zero in this case. Furthermore, since the third diagram (c) does not contribute to the isospin-odd amplitude, the good agreement found above still holds. In other words, with the ‘help’ of chiral symmetry both amplitudes are reproduced well.
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