The European Physical Journal A

, Volume 33, Issue 3, pp 277–281 | Cite as

Strange and heavy flavoured hypernuclei in chiral soliton models

HYP 2006

Abstract.

The extension of the chiral soliton approach to hypernuclei --strange or heavy flavoured-- becomes more reliable due to the success in describing other properties of nuclei, e.g. the symmetry energy of nuclei with atomic numbers up to ∼ 30 . The binding energies of the ground states of light hypernuclei with S = - 1 have been described in qualitative agreement with data. The existence of charmed or beautiful hypernuclei and Theta-hypernuclei (strange, charmed or beautiful) with large binding energy is expected within same approach.

PACS.

12.39.Dc Skyrmions 21.60.Ev Collective models 14.20.-c Baryons (including antiparticles) 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Nuclear Research of Russian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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