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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 39, Issue 12, pp 1167–1169 | Cite as

Method for determination of strong interaction constants from hadronic mass spectra

  • V. V. Khrushchev
Fundamental Problems in Metrology

Abstract

A method is proposed for determination of quark-antiquark strong interaction parameters in the nonperturbative domain of quantum chromodynamics at relatively large distances. The method is based on a relativistic potential model of quasi-independent quarks and allows us, using experimental data on meson mass spectra, to calculate the quark current masses and the string tension constant with high accuracy.

Keywords

Experimental Data Mass Spectrum Strong Interaction Large Distance Interaction Parameter 
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