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    • Relativistic effects on meson spectra

      S P Misra S Naik A R Panda

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      The meson masses are considered to retain total relativistic effects for spinors instead of Fermi-Breit approximation. This necessitates a diagonalization approach instead of solutions of differential equations. Correction over Fermi-Breit form appears to be significant. For heavy quark systems agreement with experiment is found. The method will be quite useful if the quark-antiquark dynamics becomes sufficiently known.

    • Magnetic moments of decuplet baryons in an independent particle potential model

      N Barik P Das A R Panda

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      Magnetic moments of decuplet baryons have been calculated in a relativistic independent quark model with a phenomenological potential in equally mixed scalar-vector harmonic form. Such a model has been successful in describing wide ranging hadronic phenomena in mesonic and baryonic sectors. Using the solutions of the constituent quark orbitals with the model parameters taken from its earlier applications, the magnetic moments of decuplet baryons Δ++ and Ω have been obtained which are in good agreement with the available experimental data. However, the agreement is found to be much better when the magnetic moment ratios such as μδ++/μp and μΩ-/μΛ are considered. Model predictions for the magnetic moments of other decuplet baryons together with the charge radii have also been calculated which may be verified in future experiments.

    • Vacuum structure, chiral symmetry breaking and electric dipole moment of neutron

      A R Panda K C Roy

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      Considering a CP-violating QCD interaction, the electric dipole moment of neutron (EDMN) is estimated in a quark model of light mesons with a dynamical breaking of chiral symmetry through a non-trivial vacuum structure. Pion and kaon, being treated consistently within the model, yield to the constituent quark wave functions as well as the dynamical quark masses and thus determine the constituent quark field operators with respect to light quark flavors. Using the translationally invariant hadronic states and these constituent quark field operators, the EDMN estimated here remains well within the recent experimental bound ofDn<11 × 10−26 e-cm with the CP-violation parameter |ϑ|=10−8, which in fact accounts for a strong CP-violation.

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