Charge distribution of d*(2380)

  title={Charge distribution of d*(2380)},
  author={Yubing Dong and Fei Huang and Peng-nian Shen and Zong Ye Zhang},
  journal={Physical Review D},
We calculate the charge distributions of $d^*(2380)$. Two different interpretations of the $d^*$ are considered for a comparison. One is a compact explanation with coupled $\Delta\Delta+CC$ two-channel approximation in the chiral constituent quark model. Another is a resonance state of $D_{12}\pi$. The remarkable differences of the charge distributions in the two pictures are shown and it is expected that the future experiments may provide a clear test for the different theoretical… 
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