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Study on decays of DsJ *(2317) and DsJ(2460) in terms of the CQM model

  • X. LiuEmail author
  • Y.-M. Yu
  • S.-M. Zhao
  • X.-Q. Li
Theoretical Physics

Abstract

Based on the assumption that DsJ *(2317) and DsJ(2460) are the (0+,1+) chiral partners of Ds and D* s, we evaluate the strong pionic and radiative decays of DsJ *(2317) and DsJ(2460) in the constituent quark meson (CQM) model. Our numerical results of the relative ratios of the decay widths are reasonably consistent with the data.

Keywords

Heavy Quark Decay Width Feynman Diagram Radiative Decay Belle Collaboration 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsNankai UniversityTianjinP.R. China

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