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I can explain t
I don't know what happens
First of all: quarks do not occur in single format.
bu + ud + d → s + su +ud + d
where the two electron antineutrinos' wavefunctions canceled each other.
A pair of antineutrinos can't cancel each other out.
That decay doesn't require them to be isolated.
bu + u → su + s + u
What happens to the two antineutrinos then?
By the way, where did you find that a bottom quark supposedly decays into a strange quark?
From du decay.
That still violates charge conservation:
Not if single quarks remain virtual until bound.
In the latter two cases, it violates charge conservation.