Dirac shell quark-core model for the study of non-strange baryonic spectroscopy

10 Apr 2019  ·  De Sanctis Maurizio ·

A Dirac shell model is developed for the study of baryon spectroscopy, taking into account the most relevant results of the quark-diquark models. The lack of translational invariance of the shell model is avoided, in the present work, by introducing a scalar-isoscalar fictitious particle that represents the origin of quark shell interaction; in this way the states of the system are eigenstates of the total momentum of the baryon... Only one-particle excitations are considered. A two-quark core takes the place of the diquark, while the third quark is excited to reproduce the baryonic resonances. For the $N(939)$ and $\Delta(1232)$, that represent the ground states of the spectra, the three quarks are considered identical particles and the wave functions are completely antisymmetric. The model is used to calculate the spectra of the $N$ and $\Delta$ resonances and the nucleon magnetic moments. The results are compared to the present experimental data. Due to the presence of the core and to the one-particle excitations, the structure of the obtained spectra is analogous to that given by the quark-diquark models. read more

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High Energy Physics - Phenomenology