FITTING THE SPECTRA OF PIONS, KAONS, PROTONS, AND ANTIPROTONS IN RELATIVISTIC CU + CU COLLISIONS

Authors

  • M.M. Sultanov Jizakh Polytechnical Institute, Uzbekistan
  • A.N. Jumanov Jizakh Polytechnical Institute, Uzbekistan
  • A.A. Usarov Samarkand State Medical Institute, Uzbekistan
  • Q.Kh. Yakhshiboyev Academic Lyceum under Samarkand State Architectural and Building Institute
  • A.I. Suvanov Samarkand branch of Tashkent Agrarian University

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QCD, color charge configuration, nuclear physics, hadrons

Abstract

 There are two main problems in quantum chromodynamics (QCD) related to the vacuum structure that can only be solved by relativistic nuclear physics. These problems are: color charge configuration and spontaneous disruption of chiral symmetry. The confinement means that there are no colored objects in the observed spectrum of hadron states. From the point of view of quarks-gluons' assumptions about the structure of hadrons, the confinement means that quarks and gluons cannot propagate at distances greater than 1fm (hadron size) [1]. However, this assertion is valid only at normal nuclear densities

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2021-02-16

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M.M. Sultanov, A.N. Jumanov, A.A. Usarov, Q.Kh. Yakhshiboyev, & A.I. Suvanov. (2021). FITTING THE SPECTRA OF PIONS, KAONS, PROTONS, AND ANTIPROTONS IN RELATIVISTIC CU + CU COLLISIONS. Euro-Asia Conferences, 96–98. Retrieved from https://papers.euroasiaconference.com/index.php/eac/article/view/212

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