Spectroscopy of baryons containing two heavy quarks in nonperturbative quark dynamics View Full Text


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DATE

2003-01

AUTHORS

I. M. Narodetskii, A. N. Plekhanov, A. I. Veselov

ABSTRACT

We have studied three quark systems in an effective Hamiltonian approach in QCD. With only two parameters, namely, the string tension σ=0.15 GeV2 and the strong coupling constant αs=0.39, we obtain a good description of the ground state light and heavy baryons. The predictions of masses of the doubly heavy baryons not yet discovered are also given. In particular, a mass of 3637 MeV for the lightest ccu baryon is found by employing the hyperspherical formalism to the three-quark confining potential with the string junction. More... »

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58-62

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