Jun 13 – 17, 2011
Europe/Berlin timezone
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Hadronic resonances made of multi-vector mesons

Jun 17, 2011, 10:00 AM
Festsaal (Künstlerhaus)



talk Light Mesons Light Mesons


Dr Luis Roca (University of Murcia)


In previous works regarding the interaction of two vector mesons using the techniques of the chiral unitary approach, it was shown that the vector-vector interaction in s-wave with spins aligned is very strong both for rho-rho and K*-rho to the point to get dynamically the f2(1270) and K*2(1430) resonances. In the work presented in this talk we use the rho-rho and rho-K* interaction in spin 2 and isospin 0 channel to show that the resonances rho3(1690), f4(2050), rho5(2350) and f6(2510) and the strange $K^*_2(1430)$, $K^*_3(1780)$, $K^*_4(2045)$, $K^*_5(2380)$ and a not yet discovered $K_6^*$ are basically molecules of increasing number of rho(770) mesons (with also a K*(892) in the case of the strange states). We use the fixed center approximation of the Faddeev equations to write the multi-body interaction in terms of the two-body scattering amplitudes. We find the masses of the states very close to the experimental values.

Primary author

Dr Luis Roca (University of Murcia)


Prof. Eulogio Oset (University of Valencia and IFIC) Dr Junko Yamagata-Sekihara (University of Valencia and IFIC)

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