Selected Topics in Spectroscopy

  • A. Martin
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 126)


In this unique lecture, it is impossible for me to cover all spectroscopy, which is still, experimentally and theoretically, a flourishing field. I was in fact counting on the fact that J.-L. Basdevant would speak about what I would call light quark spectroscopy in which both radial and angular excitations are still being discovered and “explained”. Unfortunately, Jean-Louis will not speak. I shall restrict myself mostly to heavy quark spectroscopy and make a timid incursion in the domain of baryons containing light quarks.


Quark Mass Light Quark Lattice Gauge Theory Gluon Exchange Harmonic Oscillator Potential 
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  • A. Martin
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  1. 1.CERNGenevaSwitzerland

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