B=5 Skyrmion as a two-cluster system

@article{Gudnason2018B5SA,
  title={B=5 Skyrmion as a two-cluster system},
  author={S. B. Gudnason and C. Halcrow},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2018},
  volume={97},
  pages={125004}
}
The classical B=5 Skyrmion can be approximated by a two-cluster system in which a B=1 Skyrmion is attached to a core B=4 Skyrmion. We quantize this system, allowing the B=1 to freely orbit the core. The configuration space is 11 dimensional but simplifies significantly after factoring out the overall spin and isospin degrees of freedom. We exactly solve the free quantum problem and then include an interaction potential between the Skyrmions numerically. The resulting energy spectrum is compared… Expand
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