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Hadron fields from anisotropie space and their interaction

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Hadron fields are constructed from constituent fields in the anisotropic microdomain, regarded as Finslerian, which were discussed in an earlier paper. The general one-particle hadron states are formulated. The many-particle hadron states are also formed as direct products of one-particle states. Then the field theory of hadrons in the macrodomain is discussed and formal calculations are made for the reaction amplitude of the meson-baryon interaction and compared with that of our previous model. It is found that the amplitude is dependent on that of theππ interaction together with a factor arising from the “rearrangement” of the constituents. This factor provides an extra momentum dependence that leads to the “energy-dependent coupling” which makes it possible to apply perturbation technique in strong interactions, as discussed in our earlier papers.

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De, S.S. Hadron fields from anisotropie space and their interaction. Int J Theor Phys 25, 1125–1137 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00671688

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Keywords

  • Field Theory
  • Elementary Particle
  • Quantum Field Theory
  • Strong Interaction
  • Direct Product