Restoration of chiral symmetry and vector meson in the generalized hidden local symmetry

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Restoration of chiral symmetry and vector meson in the generalized hidden local symmetry

Munehisa Ohtani (RIKEN)

Osamu Morimatsu（KEK）

Yoshimasa Hidaka(TITech)

Based on Phys. Rev. D73,036004(2006)

- Introduction
- Vector meson in the medium
- Restoration pattern of chiral symmetry

- Chiral restoration: π, ρ and A1 system
- Generalized Hidden Local Symmetry(GHLS)
- Restoration patterns

- Summary

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QCD phase diagram

Restorationof chiral symmetry

medium

Lepton pair

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Dropping Masses

Spectral function

Spectral function

QSR, B-R scaling….

Hatsuda-Lee, Brown-Rho….

Mass

Mass

Melting Resonances

Spectral function

becomes larger by interaction with medium particle

Rapp-Wambach, Asakawa-Ko, .....

Mass

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•p-Au, Pb-Au collisions@CERES

KEK-PS E325

excess

excess

nucl-ex/0504016

Phys. Lett. 405(1998)

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NA60

ρspetrumin the HLS model with OPT

Chiral limit

Y.H. Ph.D Thesis(2005)

By E. Scomparin’s talk@QM2005

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Helicity zero state

Experiment:

(F. J. Gilman and H. Harari (1968), S. Weinberg(1969))

Which representation does the pion belong at restoration point ?

Chiral partner of π

Vector meson(longitudinal)ρ

Chiral partner of π

Scalar mesonσ

Vector Manifestation scenario

Standard scenario

(Harada, Yamawaki(2001))

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Vector Manifestation with Hidden Local Symmetry model(π, ρ)

Large-Nf(Harada and Yamawaki)

Finite-T(Harada and Sasaki)

Finite-μ(Harada, Kim and Rho)

chiral partner

ρ pairs with A1 in the standard scenario.

chiral partner

mixing

(F. J. Gilman and H. Harari (1968), S. Weinberg(1969))

mixing angle

The STAR Ratio

A1 plays important role.

(Brown, Lee and Rho nurcl-th/0507073)

It is necessary to incorporate A1.

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The GHLS model is an effective model based on the non-linear sigma model

including π, ρand A1.

Chiral symmetry

π：NG bosons associated with global chiral symm. breaking.

ρ, A1 : Gauge bosons

σ, p：NG bosons associated with local chiral symm. breaking.

⇒ σ and p are absorbed by the ρ and A1.

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The Lagrangian at lowest order

parameters

Decay constants

masses

ρππ coupling

π-A1 mixing

γ: mixing parameter betweenπ and A1

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The vector and axial vector current correlators

Restoration condition

This condition should be satisfied for all energy scale.

Renormalization group invariance at restoration point.

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Renormalization Group Equations

One-loop diagrams

RGEs are given by calculating these diagrams.

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Renormalization Group Equations

Renormalization Group Equations

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Restoration Pattern

Restoration condition and renormalization invariance

Mixing angle

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VMD

Standard fixed point

VM fixed point

Intermediate fixed point

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The rho-pi-pi coupling becomes weak due to .

ρbecomes stable.

Dileption emission

A narrow ρ peak but weak magnitude in the pion background will be observed.

The difference of restoration patterns will appear as a quantity of pion background and how the rho meson becomes narrow.

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- We have studied the restoration patterns of the chiral symmetry in GHLS model including A1 in addition to π and ρ.
- By including A1 we have found three possibilities of the restoration patterns,
- the Standard
- VM
- Intermediate

- Both ρ and A1 masses drop in all scenarios
- These three scenarios are different in the violation of the vector meson dominance.
- Further analysis
- finite temperature and/or density,
- Large-Nf.

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