2007 article

QCD Coulomb gauge approach to exotic hadrons

Cotanch, S. R., General, I. J., & Wang, P. (2007, March). EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL A, Vol. 31, pp. 656–661.

By: S. Cotanch n, I. General n & P. Wang n

co-author countries: United States of America 🇺🇸
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

The Coulomb gauge Hamiltonian model is used to calculate masses for selected JPC states consisting of exotic combinations of quarks and gluons: ggg glueballs (oddballs), q¯g hybrid mesons and q¯q¯ tetraquark systems. An odderon Regge trajectory is computed for the J- glueballs with intercept much smaller than the pomeron, explaining its nonobservation. The lowest 1-+ hybrid-meson mass is found to be just above 2.2GeV while the lightest tetraquark state mass with these exotic quantum numbers is predicted around 1.4GeV consistent with the observed π(1400).