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Dynamically generated resonances from the vector octet-baryon decuplet interaction in the hidden gauge formalism. Speaker: Bao-Xi Sun Institute of Theoretical Physics, Beijing University of Technology Collaborators: S. Sarkar, E.Oset and M. J. VicenteVacas 2009.08.24 IWND2009(Shanghai).

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Dynamically generated resonances from the vector octet-baryon decuplet interaction in the hidden gauge formalism

Speaker: Bao-Xi Sun

Institute of Theoretical Physics, Beijing University of Technology

Collaborators: S. Sarkar, E.Oset and M. J. VicenteVacas

2009.08.24 IWND2009(Shanghai)

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1. Formalism

2. Results

3. Radiative decay

conclusions
Conclusions
  • Ten resonances in the different strangeness and isospin channels. Degenerate in JP=1/2-, 3/2-, 5/2-.
  • Radiative widths are of the order of 1MeV.
  • Radiative decay widths are different about one order of magnitude between the widths for different charge states of the same resonance.