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Anisovich V.V., Kobrinsky M.N., Nyiri J. — Quark Model and High Energy Collisions
Anisovich V.V., Kobrinsky M.N., Nyiri J. — Quark Model and High Energy Collisions



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Название: Quark Model and High Energy Collisions

Авторы: Anisovich V.V., Kobrinsky M.N., Nyiri J.

Аннотация:

This is an updated version of the book published in 1985. QCD-motivated, it gives a detailed description of hadron structure and soft interactions in the additive quark model, where hadrons are regarded as composite systems of dressed quarks.
In the past decade it has become clear that nonperturbative QCD, responsible for soft hadronic processes, may differ rather drastically from perturbative QCD. The understanding of nonperturbative QCD requires a detailed investigation of the experiments and the theoretical approaches. Bearing this in mind, the book has been rewritten paying special attention to the interplay of soft hadronic collisions and the quark model. It is at the crossroads of these domains that peculiar features of strong QCD reveal themselves.

The book discusses constituent quarks, diquarks, the massive effective gluons and the problem of scalar isoscalar mesons. The quark–gluonium classification of meson states is also given. Experimentally observed properties of hadrons are presented together with the corresponding theoretical interpretation in the framework of the composite hadron structure.

The text includes a large theoretical part, which shows how to treat composite systems (including relativistic ones) with a technique based on spectral integration. This technique provides the possibility of handling hadrons as weakly bound systems of quarks and, at the same time, takes into account confinement.

Attention is focused on the composite structure revealing itself in high energy hadron collisions. Fields of applicability of the additive quark model are discussed, as is colour screening in hadronic collisions at high and superhigh energies. Along with a detailed presentation of hadron–hadron collisions, a description of hadron–nucleus collisions is given.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/Квантовая теория поля/Квантовая хромодинамика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: second edition

Год издания: 2004

Количество страниц: 530

Добавлена в каталог: 23.07.2005

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Предметный указатель
1\N expansion      56 96 108—112 123 151—155 174 185 210 223—225 231 233 235 237 287 288 311—320 345 362 365 366 375—377 380 389
Additive, interaction picture      125
Additive, quark model      7 10 150—152 160 288 296 303 306 308 334 341 349 424
Additivity      150 329 335 338
Additivity, deviation from      341
Additivity, lost of      viii 15 17
AGK      49 51 425 454
Anti-shadow effects      122 123 126 127 141 142 154 155 179
Baryon      1 5 184 288
Baryon, density matrix      329 330
Baryon, distribution function      180
Baryon, ensembles      394
Baryon, exchange of      40 379 382
Baryon, excited states      263
Baryon, exotic      viii 268—270
Baryon, form factor      178 270
Baryon, fragmentation      369—371 402 417 437
Baryon, inclusive distribution      374 414
Baryon, light      2 3 55 184 202 203
Baryon, magnetic moment      6 185 206 208
Baryon, masses      209
Baryon, multiplicity      397 458
Baryon, scattering of      180
Baryon, SU(6)      203 204 325 489—506
Baryon, systematics      14 183 185 203 262 264 266—268
Baryon, trajectory      39 40
Baryon, wave function      168 263
Bethe — Salpeter equation      56 75 76 78 81 82 85 106 260
Bethe — Salpeter equation, relativistic      91
Bethe — Salpeter equation, spectral-integral representation      86 88
Charge      4 263
Clebsch — Gordan coefficients      36 38 69 199 293
Collision, meson-nucleus      177
Collisions, deep inelastic      3 364 409
Collisions, flavour-exchange      43
Collisions, hadron-deuteron      124 125
Collisions, hadron-hadron      8 113
Collisions, hadron-nucleus      9 121 128 174
Collisions, hyperon-nucleus      437 448
Collisions, inelastic      371
Collisions, multiperipheral      31
Collisions, non-diffractive      400
Collisions, quark-quark      9 151 285 399
Collisions, soft      7 44
Colour      2 3
Composite system      1 5 12—14
Composite system of fermions      69
Composite system, A-body      55 70
Composite system, coloured      14
Composite system, diffraction scattering      72
Composite system, disintegration      68
Composite system, form factor      64 66 88 91 95 131 254
Composite system, high-spin      75
Composite system, interaction      70 121
Composite system, loosely bound      55
Composite system, non-relativistic      55 58
Composite system, quark      57
Composite system, radius      132
Composite system, relativistic      56 74 245
Composite system, two-body      128
Composite system, two-particle      56
Composite system, wave function      66 68 87 95 130 274
confinement      vii viii 2 4 5 15 56 57 113 115 151 222 385
Confinement, forces      75 287
Confinement, mechanism      113
Confinement, potential      114 222 237 243
Confinement, radius      12 16 113
Constituent quark      5 9 13 14 55 121 122 150 154 183 206 208 245 279 285 287 307 367 429 432
Constituent quark, distribution      419
Constituent quark, hadronization      15 16 291 305 361 362 364 365 372 375 383 413
Constituent quark, size of      9 15 288 303—304 364
Constituents      vii
Constituents, degrees of freedom      56 96 108 110 150 270 365 380
Constituents, flow      108 109 111
Constituents, forces      5 8 14 151
Constituents, group      3
Constituents, loop      108 110—112 152 153 312
Constituents, neutralization      8 14 113 122 243 365 370 377 393 395
Constituents, profile factor      353
Constituents, radius      164 340 344 349 353 354
Constituents, screening, viii      12 123 127 160 162 164 289 319 335 339 341 347 355
Constituents, transparency      8 155 339
Constituents, wave function      198 203
Coupling constant      108
Coupling constant, $\textit{glueball} \longrightarrow \overline{q}q$      111
Coupling constant, $\textit{glueball} \longrightarrow \textit{two mesons}$      224
Coupling constant, $\textit{meson} \longrightarrow q\overline{q}$      110
Coupling constant, hadron-gluon      110
Coupling constant, hadron-quark      110
Coupling constant, meson-gluon      56
Coupling constant, meson-quark      56 111
Coupling constant, Pomeron-baryon      178
Coupling constant, Pomeron-hadron      112 152
Coupling constant, Pomeron-quark      56 112 389
Coupling constant, prototype      38
Coupling constant, QCD      4 387
Coupling constant, quark-gluon      109 208
Coupling constant, Reggeon      35 36 43
Coupling constant, Reggeon-hadron      153
Coupling constant, Reggeon-quark      56
Coupling, Lipatov Pomeron      339
Coupling, Pomeron-baryon      168
Coupling, Pomeron-hadron      123 288
Coupling, Pomeron-meson      123 153 164—167 389
Coupling, Pomeron-quark      340
Coupling, Reggeon-hadron      310
Cross section, $e^{+}e^{-} \longrightarrow \textit{hadrons}$      116 117
Cross section, baryon-exchange      40
Cross section, composite system      134
Cross section, constant      45
Cross section, differential      25 38 43 302 326 328 469
Cross section, diffraction dissociation      23 27 138 139 142 336 342 346 351 398
Cross section, diquark production      425
Cross section, elastic      23 26 27 142 148 288 301 341 342 346 349 470
Cross section, growth      289
Cross section, hadron-deuteron      126
Cross section, inclusive      9 23 30 46—48 51 126 141 290 362 372 377 380 388 390 396 408 413 471 474
Cross section, inclusive, central region      389
Cross section, inclusive, hyperon-nucleus      451
Cross section, inclusive, multiparticle      471
Cross section, inclusive, prompt hadrons      389
Cross section, inclusive, ratio      445
Cross section, inclusive, reduced      396
Cross section, inelastic      124 470
Cross section, inelastic, hadron-nucleus      149
Cross section, invariant      31 46 408 477
Cross section, nucleus      452
Cross section, photon-proton      351
Cross section, pp      308
Cross section, production      150 425
Cross section, quark-baryon      325
Cross section, quark-nucleon      9 373 432 433 452
Cross section, quark-quark      305 306
Cross section, ratio      151
Cross section, total      viii 9 16 23 25—27 38 42 43 45 122 143 146 285 288 297 307 318 341 346 349 426 470 474
De Rujula, Georgi, Glashow      208
Eikonal      144 145 150
Eikonal, approach      344 353
Eikonal, approximation      142 144 346
Eikonal, functions      181
Eikonal, generalized approach      335 345 346 351 356
Eikonal, model      289
Eikonal, unitarization      45
Energy, low      23 78—80 183 184 194 237—240 311—320 408
Energy, moderately high      10 16 23 30 45 79 129 140 150 155 174 183 184 285 288 292 294 298 301 303 304 306 308 311—320 335 336 338 341 343 361 362 367 368 373 388 418 432
Energy, superhigh      viii 10 15 17 23 27 31 142 289 335 344—356 364 424—429
Feynman, diagrams      4 34 56 76—80 82 108 257
Feynman, scaling      10 31 426 458 478
Feynman, scaling, variable      30
Feynman, scaling, violation of      17 459
Feynman, variable      403 477
Flavour, baryon wave function      204—205
Flavour, flow of      320
Flavour, heavy      2 362
Flavour, light      56 108 112 183
Flavour, loop      377
Flavour, quark      15
Flavour, variables      183
Flavour, wave function      186
Froissart behaviour      viii 10 43 289 336
Gell — Mann      1 3 5
Gell — Mann, matrices      208
Glauber — Sitenko      13 121 122 125 128 132 139 142 146 148 150 174 179 341 428 429 456 459
Glueball      8 14 36 151 185 210—244 375 487
Glueball, components      195
Glueball, lightest      185 187 338
Glueball, mass      11
Glueball, scalar      212 294
Glueball, self-energy      111
Glueball, tensor      36 211
Glueball, tensor exchange of      294
Gluon, effective      9 11 241 268 290 337—339
Gluon, reggeized      123 160 161 165 172 340 342 343 347 389 413
Gribov      viii 7 13 45 122
Impulse approximation      125 126 129—131 147 152 154 162 285 288 290 297 301 303 304 307 318 321 329 335 341 361 362 364 367 368 370 398 424 426 432 449
Lipatov      161
Meson      5 184
Meson, density matrix      330 333
Meson, dissociation      304
Meson, exchange of      11 75 77 80 114
Meson, exotic, viii      176 269
Meson, form factor      105 178 260 414
Meson, fragmentation      369 382 402 417
Meson, heavy      397
Meson, isoscalar      245
Meson, light      1 3 55
Meson, production      77—79
Meson, pseudoscalar      1
Meson, radiative widths      6 14
Meson, relativistic bound system      123
Meson, resonances      123
Meson, scalar      viii
Meson, scalar-isoscalar      210—244
Meson, systematics      14 36 183—202
Meson, systematization      viii
Meson, tensor      247
Meson, trajectory      27 35 36 39 141 153 185 245
Meson, vector      1
Meson, wave function      260 351 389
Pomeron      210—244
Pomeron, BFKL      46 343 347
Pomeron, dissociation      351
Pomeron, effective      10 341 356
Pomeron, effective, low-energy      355
Pomeron, exchange amplitude      156—158 168
Pomeron, exchange amplitude multiple      179—180
Pomeron, exchange of      10
Pomeron, Gribov — Chew — Frautchi      45 336
Pomeron, hard      10
Pomeron, intercept      155 178
Pomeron, Lipatov      151 339 343 344
Pomeron, non-perturbative QCD      335—344
Pomeron, primary      10 346 351
Pomeron, size of      10 11 150 336 344
Pomeron, slope      10 12 178 302 304
Pomeron, soft      152
Pomeron, soft primary      344
Pomeron, supercritical      43—46
Pomeron, trajectory      14 35 111 151
Quark combinatorics      9 224 225 231—233 362 375—398 403
Quark-spectator      9 15 113 291 292 362—364 366—371 373 374 402 413 417 424 426 429 432 437 440 443 451 509
Reggeon, amplitude      34 35 161
Reggeon, colour      341
Reggeon, intercept      43 140
Reggeon, modified      194
Reggeon, propagator      35 41 295
Reggeon, signature      34—36 195 293 347
Reggeon, trajectories      35 141
Sakata      1
Screening, Gribov — Pumplin — Ross      139 141
Shadow corrections      126 133—136 139 141 142 318 319 349 364 424—426 428 459
Shadow effects      124 126 307
Spectral, density      93
Spectral, integration      13 56 57 75 76 79 87 91 95 118 169 172 245 247 255 258 279 381
Spectral, representation      13 74 76 81 85 87 92 121 256—258 270
Spin-coordinate wave function      273
Spin-flavour group      2 3 55 183 184 195—206
Spin-flavour, matrix element      209
Spin-orbital interaction      273 335
Spin-spin interaction      276 335
Spin-spin interacttion      208 273
State      509
State, wave function      199—201 205 206 321 393 401
SU(3), classification      1
SU(3), colour      3
SU(3), decouplet      204 267
SU(3), flavour      1—3 36 38 183 184 186 195 231 310
SU(3), flavour break      224 386
SU(3), multiplet      205 267 506
SU(3), nonet      14 195
SU(3), octet      1 204 266
SU(3), singlet      204 268
SU(3)decouplet      266
SU(6)      392 485—488
SU(6) 20-plet      203
SU(6) 35-plet      198 201
SU(6) 56-plet      394
SU(6) 70-plet      267 268 395
SU(6), multiplet      198 266—268 273 276 389—396 402 485
SU(6), singlet      198 199 201
Three — Reggeon amplitude      164—165 391
Unitarity      49 80 148 313 336 342 343 464 474
Vertex, baryon-photon      185
Vertex, Bethe — Salpeter equation      86
Vertex, composite system      78
Vertex, double — Reggeon      47
Vertex, function      34 36 41
Vertex, photon-nucleon      274
Vertex, photon-quark      250 252
Vertex, Pomeron-baryon      129 180
Vertex, Pomeron-meson      129
Vertex, Pomeron-quark      160 178 294 345 346 389 391
Vertex, quark-gluon, reggeized      391
Vertex, quark-nucleon      270—274 418
Vertex, Reggeon-quark      287 292—294
Vertex, separable      81
Vertex, spin-dependent      171
Vertex, three-gluon      343
Vertex, triple — Reggeon      48
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