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On the Parameters of the QCD-Motivated Potential in the Relativistic Independent Quark Model
V. V. Khruschev ; V. I. Savrin ; S. V. Semenov ;
Date 6 Nov 2001
Journal Phys.Lett. B525 (2002) 283-288
Subject hep-ph
Affiliation1 and 3), V. I. Savrin and S. V. Semenov ( Center for Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology, VNIIMS, Moscow, Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Russian Research Center "Kurchatov Institute", Moscow
AbstractIn the framework of the relativistic independent quark model the parameters of the QCD-motivated static potential and the quark masses are calculated on the basis of the $1^{--}$ meson mass spectra. The value of the confining potential coefficient is found to be ($0.197pm 0.005) GeV${}^2$. for quark- antiquark interaction independently on their flavours. The dependence of the quasi-Coulombic potential strength on the interaction distance are consistent with the QCD-motivated behaviour. The $qar q$-separations are evaluated and the $e^+e^-$ decay widths are estimated with the help of relativistic modification of the Van Royen-Weisskopf formula.
Source arXiv, hep-ph/0111055
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