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Hadron Physics with PANDA. QCD well understood at high Q 2 Emergence of eff. DoF at low Q 2 Study of the strong interaction in the transition region P henomena appear that are hard to predict from QCD : e.g. confinement, nature of hadrons, hadronic masses….

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Hadron physics with panda

Hadron Physics with PANDA

  • QCD well understood at high Q2Emergence of eff. DoF at low Q2

  • Study of the strong interaction in the transition region

  • Phenomena appearthat are hard to predict from QCD: e.g. confinement, nature ofhadrons, hadronic masses…

J. Pumplin et al., JHEP 0207 (2002) 012


How do we study the hadrons

How Do We Study the Hadrons?

  • Hadron Structure: Hard (virtual) photons, typically accessed via leptons, allow us to measure the constituents- Generalized parton distribution- Drell-Yan processes- Time-like form factor of the proton

  • Hadron Spectroscopy:Excitation spectrum accesses rare quark/gluon configurations- Search for glueballs, hybrids, molecules, tetraquarks … - Baryon spectroscopy- In-medium effects

  • Hadron Interactions: Pion/Kaon reactions, as well as Hyperons and Hypernuclei provide information about the strong force- Double hypernuclei


Hadron structure with electromagnetic probes

Hadron Structure with Electromagnetic Probes


Time like space like em f orm f actors

Time-Like &Space-Like EM Form Factors

SL

Space-like

  • Constraints:

  • GEp(0)=1

  • GMp(0)=μp

  • GEp(4mp²)= GMp(4mp²)

  • Asymptotics

  • |GE,M(q²)| ~ (q²)-²

e-

e-

TL

Time-like

q2<0

p

e-

q2>0

e+

p+p  e++e- + X

Unphysical region

p

p

p

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Real FFs

Complex FFs

_

0

q2

e+p e+p

p+p ↔ e++e-

3.52 (GeV/c)2

  • (Phragmén-Lindelhöftheorem)

  • Imaginary part of Time-Like form factors vanishes for q²→+∞


Hadron physics with panda

Time-Like& Space-Like EM Form Factors

electron scattering

annihilation pp e+e-

q2 > 4mp2

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e+e- pp (BES, Novosibirsk, PANDA)

e- scattering ( Jlab…. A2/Mainz)

100

From S. Pacetti, arXiv:1012.1232v1

Spacelike

10-1

Timelike

p

GM/μp

unphysical

10-2

10-3

-10

30

20

10

-30

0

-20

Dispersion relations:

q2 < 0


Hadron physics with panda

ProtonEM FormFactorsin Time-LikeRegion

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Cross-sections: pp → e+e-

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4mp2

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angular distributions: pp →e+e-

FENICE+DM2 (e+e-)

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BABAR: (e+e-pp)

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(pp)

E835

LEAR (pp)

Geff

  • Geff: large error bars above 13 (GeV/c)2

  • |GE/GM| :

    • Inconsistent data abovethreshold

    • Lack of precise data above 5 (GeV/c)2

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Goal of panda m easurements

Extract Time-Like |GE| and |GM| for proton up to 14 (GeV/c)2

from lepton angular distributions in pp e+e- reaction

and measureGeff up to 30 (GeV/c)2

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Goal of PANDA Measurements

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  • Two major challenges:

  • Decrease of sensitivity to GE

    withincreasing q2

  • Hugehadronic background

  •  (pp +-) /  (pp e+e-) ~ 106

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Hadron physics with panda

Counting Rate and Sensitivity to |GE|

~120 days, L = 2x1032cm-2s-1

Lint=2 fb-1

Statisticalerrorsonly

GE=0

GE=GM

GE=3GM

M. Sudolet al. EPJA 44 (2010) 373

Ntot=1.1 106 Ntot=64000Ntot=2000


Rejection of pp background

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q2 = 8.21 (GeV/c)2

2.4 106

s(p+p-)/s(e+e-)

1.5 105

cosqCM

Rejection of pp +-Background

parametrization of CERN data for p p → +-

s < 6 (GeV/c)2 : Legendre polynomial fits

s > 6 (GeV/c)2 :

countingrules (Ong et Van de Wiele, IPNO-DR-08-01)

or Reggetrajectories (idem, EPJA46 (2010) 291).

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pp π+π-

New measurements of p p → +-

will be provided by PANDA (also important for pQCD mechanism studies)

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?

s(p+p-)/s(e+e-)


Time like form factor measurement with panda e stimates of precision

Courtesy of S. Pacetti

E. Tomasi-Gustafsson and M.P. Rekalo, PLB504,291

E. Tomasi-Gustafsson, arXIv:0907.4442

Geff

PANDA

< 1% ~10% ~23% ~50%

Phragmèn-Lindelöf theorem ?

Time-Like Form Factor Measurement with PANDA : Estimates of Precision

L=2 fb-1

Sudol et al. EPJA 44 (2010) 373

PANDA

BES

BES

pQCD ?


Time like form factor measurement with panda estimates of precision

Geff

< 1% ~10% ~23% ~50%

Time-Like Form Factor Measurement with PANDA : Estimates of Precision

L=2 fb-1

-VDM: F. Iachello et al., PLB43, 171 (1973)

…extended VDM, PRC66, 045501 (2002)

Egle Tomasi-Gustafsson et al., EPJA24 (2005) 419

Sudol et al. EPJA 44 (2010) 373

PANDA

PANDA

BES

BES

PANDA willbring

Precisedetermination of |GE|and | GM | up to 14 (GeV/c)2

Geff up to 30 (GeV/c)2 : transition towardsperturbative QCD

pQCD ?


2 contributions and radiative c orrections

2 Contributions and Radiative Corrections

Rosenbluth

method

Important role of 2

exchange and

radiative corrections

  • Advantage of annihilation reactions pp e+e-

    The e+ ande-angular distributions are measured in the sameexperiment

  • PANDA measurements are sensitive to oddcos  terms

    d/dcose ~ A (1+ b cosesin2 e + c cos2e+..) withb=5% or more

    (M. Sudol et al EPJA 44(2010) 373).

Polarization

measurements

?

No C-odd terms

contribution

C-odd terms

contribution

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Hadron spectroscopy with antiproton annihilation

Hadron Spectroscopy with Antiproton Annihilation


Why antiprotons

Why Antiprotons?

  • difficult to make

  • BUT:

  • gluon rich process

  • gain ~2 GeV in annihilation, reduced momentum transfer

  • all fermion-antifermion quantum numbers accessible

  • very high resolution in formation reactions

  • high angular momentum accessible


Particle production in pp collisions

c.f.

Only JPC = 1-- allowed in e+e- (to 1st order)

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Particle production in pp collisions

Formation:

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All JPC allowed for (qq) accessible in pp


Example c1 2

Example: χc1,2

  • Invariant mass reconstruction depends

  • on the detector resolution ≈ 10 MeV

Formation:

Resonance scan: Resolution depends

on the beam resolution

[email protected] ≈ 240 keV

PANDA ≈ 30 keV


Charmonium spectroscopy

Charmonium Spectroscopy

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  • open questionsbelow DD threshold: widths, branching

  • new „XYZ“ states (Belle, BaBar, CLEO, CDF, D0, …)

  • newdegreesoffreedom: molecules, tetraquarks, gluonicexcitations?

  • conventionalstatesabove DD

  • highLstates: access in pp but not in e+e-

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_


New charmonium like discoveries

New Charmonium-like Discoveries

in addition to many more open charm states


How can panda contribute

How can PANDA contribute?

ε = 32 %

S/N = 2

  • simulation studies for several channels and √s:

  • J/ψπ+π-,J/ψπ0π0, χcγJ/ψγγ, J/ψγ, J/ψη, ηcγ

  • direct formation in pp: line shapes !

  • d target: pn with p spectator tagging, e.g. Z-(4430)

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C. Hanhartet al.,

PRD 76 (2007) 034007

E. Braaten, M. Lu,

PRD 77 (2008) 014029

J/yp+p-

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_

_

D0D0p0

D0D*0

D0D*0

≈ 100 events/day

≈ 40 events/day

S/N =25

J/yp+p-


Beyond standard quark configurations

Beyond standard quark configurations

  • QCD allows much more than what we have observed:

Exotics:

Baryons

Mesons

may have JPC not allowed for qq

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Courtesy C. Hanhart


Exotics production in pp collisions

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Exotics production in pp collisions

  • Production: all JPC accessible

Hybrids

JPC exotic

Exotic JPC would be clear signal

G.Bali, EPJA 1 (2004) 1 (PS)


Open charm the d s spectrum

Open charm: The Dsspectrum

  • newnarrowstates Ds*(2317) and Ds*(2460) seenbyBaBar, Belle, CLEO

  • massessignificantlylowerthanquark model expectation

  • statesare just below DK and D*K threshold

  • interpretationunclear: DK/D*K molecules, tetraquarks, chiraldoublers, …?

D. Besson et al., Phys. Rev. D68, 032002 (2003)

B. Aubert et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 242001 (2003)

B. Aubert et al. (BaBarCollab.), Phys. Rev. D 74 (2006) 032007


D s0 2317 theoretical p redictions

Ds0*(2317) Theoretical Predictions


Method threshold s can

Method: Threshold Scan

  • reaction:

  • excitation function only depends on m and Γof Ds(2317)

  • experimental accuracy determined by beam quality (Δp, σp/p), not by detector resolution


Simulation results energy s can

Simulation Results: Energy Scan

Msum = Mmiss(Ds) + M(Ds)

G = 100 keV


Hadron interactions double strange hypernuclei

Hadron Interactions: Double Strange Hypernuclei


Production mechanism and detection strategy

Production Mechanism and Detection Strategy


Instrumentation

Instrumentation


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