We use an existing model of the $\Lambda\Lambda N - \Xi NN$ three-body system based in two-body separable interactions to study the $(I,J^P)=(1/2,1/2^+)$ three-body channel. For the $\Lambda\Lambda$, $\Xi N$, and $\Lambda\Lambda - \Xi N$ amplitudes we have constructed separable potentials based on the most recent results of the HAL QCD Collaboration... They are characterized by the existence of a resonance just below or above the $\Xi N$ threshold in the so-called $H$-dibaryon channel, $(i,j^p)=(0,0^+)$. A three-body resonance appears {2.3} MeV above the $\Xi d$ threshold. We show that if the $\Lambda\Lambda - \Xi N$ $H$-dibaryon channel is not considered, the $\Lambda\Lambda N - \Xi NN$ $S$ wave resonance disappears. Thus, the possible existence of a $\Lambda\Lambda N - \Xi NN$ resonance would be sensitive to the $\Lambda\Lambda - \Xi N$ interaction. The existence or nonexistence of this resonance could be evidenced by measuring, for example, the $\Xi d$ cross section. read more

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Nuclear Theory
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology