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Two-photon partial widths of tensor mesons
A.V. Anisovich ; V.V. Anisovich ; M.A. Matveev ; V.A. Nikonov ;
Date 29 Apr 2002
Journal Phys.Atom.Nucl. 66 (2003) 914-927; Yad.Fiz. 66 (2003) 946-959
Subject hep-ph
AbstractWe calculate partial widths of the gamma-gamma decay of the tensor qar q states a_2(1320), f_2(1270), f_2(1525), their radial excitations a_2(1660), f_2(1640), f_2(1800) as well as ^3F_2 qar q states. Calculations are performed in the framework of the same approach which was used before for the study of radiative decays f_0(980) -> gamma-gamma, a_0(980) -> gamma-gamma and phi(1020) -> gamma-f_0(980): the assumption made is that of qar q structure of f_0(980) and a_0(980) [A.V. Anisovich et al., Phys. Lett. B 456, 80 (1999); Eur. Phys. J. A 12, 103 (2001)]. The description of the decay partial widths for a_2(1320), f_2(1270), f_2(1525) and f_0(980), a_0(980) is reached with the approximately equal radial wave functions, thus giving a strong argument in favour of the fact that these scalar and tensor mesons are to be classified as members of the same P-wave qar q multiplet.
Source arXiv, hep-ph/0204330
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