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Gluonium Phenomenology in Massive OCD

Part of the Progress in Physics book series (PMP, volume 8)

Abstract

We consider the gluons to have a dynamically generated effective mass, as has been suggested by Cornwall for quite some time.5, 6 We take the intergluon potential to consist of a short distance part (VSD) and a long distance part (VLD). The short distance part is extracted from massive QCD and the long distance part is described by a “breakable string” which is responsible for the color screening of gluons. We take
$$V{\,_{LD}}\, = \,2m\,\left[ {1\, - \,{e^{ - \beta mr}}} \right]$$
(1)
Where m is the mass of the gluon and β a screening parameter.

Keywords

Decay Width Total Decay Width Glueball Mass Breakable String Experimental Candidate 
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  • A. Soni

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