Aspects of "scalar" versus "vector" confinement in qqq and 6q systems

Faessler, Amand ; Pfenninger, Th. ; Straub, U. ; Mitra, A. N. (1987) Aspects of "scalar" versus "vector" confinement in qqq and 6q systems Nuclear Physics A, 466 (3-4). pp. 445-457. ISSN 0375-9474

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A comparative study is made of scalar versus vector forms of confinement (both with quadratic shapes) to the extent they affect the properties of bound qqq (N, Δ) and NN (6q) scattering systems. The vector form (≈γμ(1)γμ(2)) exhibits some additional structure (Qr, J . S) in the confinement potential which is sensitive to the N, Δ properties, but its effect on NN phase shifts is quite small. The scalar form, being free from this additional structure, does not show such sensitivity to either system. Both forms reproduce the observed S-wave phase shifts quite well.

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