Beyond the quark model of hadrons from lattice QCD

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Abstract.

Lattice QCD can give direct information on OZI-violating contributions to mesons. Here we explore the contributions that split flavour singlet and non-singlet meson masses. I discuss in detail the spectrum and decays for scalar mesons (i.e. including glueball effects). I also review the status of hybrid mesons and their decays.

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Direct Information Quark Model Meson Masse Scalar Meson Hybrid Meson 

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  1. 1.Theoretical Physics Division, Mathematical Sciences DepartmentUniversity of LiverpoolLiverpoolUK

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