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Few-Body Systems

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Interaction and Identification of the Di-Hadronic Molecules

  • D. P. RathaudEmail author
  • Ajay Kumar Rai
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Abstract

In this article, we study the interesting problem of identification and interaction of the hadronic molecules. The One Boson Exchange potential along with Yukawa screen like potential in their relative s-wave state is used for the calculation of the mass spectra. Along with interaction potential, we propose the two color neutral hadrons pursue the dipole-like interaction for formation of the hadronic molecule. For the identification, we use the Weinberg’s compositeness theorem to distinguish hadronic molecules from other hadronic states. With the present interaction potential, we have calculated the mass spectra of di-mesonic states, namely, \(K\overline{K}\), \(\rho \overline{\rho }\), \(K^{*}\overline{K^{*}}\), \(D\overline{D^{*}}\)(\(\overline{D}D^{*}\)), \(D^{*}\overline{D^{*}}\), \(B\overline{B^{*}}\), \(B^{*}\overline{B^{*}}\), \(D^{*\pm }\overline{D_{1}^{0}}\), \( D^{0}\overline{K^{\pm }}\), \(D^{*0}\overline{K^{\pm }}\), with their possible quantum number.

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Acknowledgements

D. P. Rathaud would like to thanks Prof. C. Hanhart for his useful suggestions and discussion on this study. A. K. Rai acknowledge the financial support extended by D.S.T., Government of India under SERB fast track scheme SR/FTP /PS-152/2012

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Applied PhysicsSardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of TechnologySuratIndia
  2. 2.Shri P. L. Chauhan Science CollegeV.N.S.G.U.SuratIndia

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