Tuesday, August 6, 2013

1308.0960 (Tian Wei-Zhao et al.)

Bottomonium states versus recent experimental observations in the
QCD-inspired potential model

Tian Wei-Zhao, Cao Lu, Yang You-Chang, Chen Hong
In the QCD-inspired potential model where the quark-antiquark interaction consists of the usual one-gluon-exchange and the mixture of long-range scalar and vector linear confining potentials with the lowest order relativistic correction, we investigate the mass spectra and electromagnetic processes of a bottomonium system by using the Gaussian expansion method. It reveals that the vector component of the mixing confinement is anticonfining and takes around 18.51% of the confining potential. Combining the new experimental data released by Belle, BaBar and LHC, we systematically discuss the energy levels of the bottomonium states and make the predictions of the electromagnetic decays for further experiments.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1308.0960

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