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Finding Dynamical Masses in Continuum QCD

  • John M. Cornwall
Part of the Progress in Physics book series (PMP, volume 8)

Abstract

In QCD without quarks, there are many dimensionful parameters, all of them scaling as various powers of the renormalization group mass Λ RG: the fundamental (quark) string tension KF, the adjoint (gluon) string tension KA vacuum expectation values like <g2Σa(Gμv a)2 > ≡ <g2G · G>, the closely-related vacuun energy density ΩVAC, and <S>, where S (x) is the field operator for the JPC =0++ glueball of lowest mass. In Addition, of course, there are the Masses of all the glueballs.

Keywords

Wilson Loop Vortex Core Ward Identity String Tension Gluon Propagator 
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