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タイトル: NΩ interaction: Meson exchanges, inelastic channels, and quasibound state
著者: Sekihara, Takayasu
Kamiya, Yuki
Hyodo, Tetsuo
著者名の別形: 兵藤, 哲雄
発行日: Jul-2018
出版者: American Physical Society (APS)
誌名: Physical Review C
巻: 98
号: 1
論文番号: 015205
抄録: Based on a baryon-baryon interaction model with meson exchanges, we investigate the origin of the strong attraction in the NΩ(⁵S₂) interaction, which was indicated by recent lattice QCD simulations. The long-range part of the potential is constructed by the conventional mechanisms, the exchanges of the η meson and of the correlated two mesons in the scalar-isoscalar channel, denoted by “σ” in the literature. The short-range part is represented by the contact interaction. We find that the meson exchanges do not provide sufficient attraction. This means that most of the attraction is attributed to the short-range contact interaction. We then evaluate the effect of the coupled channels to the NΩ(⁵S₂) interaction. We find that, while the D-wave mixing of the NΩ channel is negligible, the inelastic ΛΞ, ΣΞ, and ΛΞ(1530) channels via the Κ meson exchange give the attraction of the NΩ(⁵S₂) interaction to the same level with the elastic meson exchanges. Although the elimination of these channels induces the energy dependence of the single-channel NΩ interaction, this effect is not significant. With the present model parameters fit to reproduce the scattering length of the HAL QCD result of the nearly physical quark masses, we obtain the NΩ(⁵S₂) quasibound state with its eigenenergy 2611.3−0.7i MeV , which corresponds to the binding energy 0.1 MeV and width 1.5 MeV for the decay to the ΛΞ and ΣΞ channels. From the analysis of the spatial structure and the compositeness, the quasibound state is shown to be the molecular state of NΩ. We also construct an equivalent local potential for the NΩ(⁵S₂) system which is useful for various applications.
著作権等: Published by the American Physical Society under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. Further distribution of this work must maintain attribution to the author(s) and the published article's title, journal citation, and DOI. Funded by SCOAP³.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/236187
DOI(出版社版): 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.015205
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