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Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 62, Issue 1, pp 62–68 | Cite as

Axial Vector-Meson–Nucleon Interaction Constant in the AdS/QCD Soft Wall Model

  • N. J. HuseynovaEmail author
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This work investigates the interaction of an axial vector-meson with nucleons in the AdS/QCD soft wall model. The axial vector fields have been determined inside the anti-de Sitter (AdS) space with the help of gauge fields with left and right chiral symmetries. In addition, a pseudoscalar field has been introduced inside the AdS space to break the chiral symmetry. A Lagrangian for these fields has been introduced inside the AdS space and the profile functions which are solutions of the equation of motion have been found. In accordance with AdS/CFT, the interaction constant of the axial vector-meson with the nucleons has been obtained as an integral over the additional dimension. The main task of this work was to find numerical values of the interaction constant of the axial vector-meson with the nucleons in the AdS/QCD soft wall model. With the help of the computer program Mathematica 7, these values were determined. A comparison of the theoretical and experimental data has revealed significant agreement of the results.

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anti-de Sitter space axial vector-meson nucleon profile function 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Physical Problems of Baku State UniversityBakuAzerbaijan

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