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DATE

1994-06

AUTHORS

Yu. S. Kalashnikova

ABSTRACT

The mass splittings and strong decays of 0−+, 1−+, 2−+ and 1−− hybrid mesons are considered under assumption that the state (1405) may be identified as 1− (1−+) hybrid. With this assumption the isoscalar partner of (1405) is predicted to be relatively narrow, >/s≈100–200 MeV. The large admixture of 0−+ and 2−+ hybrids may be allowed for π (1300) and π(1670) correspondingly. The data one+e− annihilation into pions around 1.5 GeV may be explained in terms of mixing of states with 1−− isovector and isoscalar hybrids. More... »

PAGES

323-327

References to SciGraph publications

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