The Tight Knot Spectrum of QCD Flux Tubes

Particle Physics Theory seminar

The Tight Knot Spectrum of QCD Flux Tubes

  • Event time: 2:00pm
  • Event date: 10th October 2012
  • Speaker: Tom Kephart (Vanderbilt University)
  • Location: Lecture Theatre A,

Event details

We model the observed J++ mesonic mass spectrum in terms of energies for tightly knotted and linked chromoelectric QCD flux tubes. The data is fit with a single parameter. We predict one new state at 1210 MeV and a plethora of new states above 1700 MeV.

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