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New look at the spectrum of low-lying mesons

Aug 11, 2022, 11:15 AM
15m
Oral report 强子物理与味物理 Parallel Session VIII (2):Hadron and Flavor Physics

Speaker

Ms Zhen-Ni Xu (Nanjing University)

Description

The spectrum of mesons with mass less-than 2 GeV, especially those with strangeness, is poorly understood - both experimentally and theoretically. We address this issue by employing a novel method for constructing a kernel for the meson bound-state problem. The scheme produces a closed-form kernel that is symmetry-consistent (discrete and continuous) with the gap equation defined by any admissible gluon-quark vertex. Applicable even when the diagrammatic content of that vertex is unknown, the scheme can foster new synergies between continuum and lattice approaches to strong interactions. The framework is illustrated by showing that the presence of a dressed-quark anomalous magnetic moment in the gluon-quark vertex, an emergent feature of strong interactions, can remedy many defects of widely used meson bound-state kernels, including the mass splittings between vector and axial-vector mesons and the level ordering of pseudoscalar and vector meson radial excitations. The new insights may be exploited by the spectroscopy programme in the AMBER project at CERN.

Primary author

Ms Zhen-Ni Xu (Nanjing University)

Co-author

Prof. Craig Roberts (Nanjing University)

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