Confinement Contains Condensates

@article{Brodsky2012ConfinementCC,
  title={Confinement Contains Condensates},
  author={Stanley J. Brodsky and Craig D. Roberts and Robert Shrock and Peter C. Tandy},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2012},
  volume={85},
  pages={065202}
}
Dynamical chiral symmetry breaking and its connection to the generation of hadron masses has historically been viewed as a vacuum phenomenon. We argue that confinement makes such a position untenable. If quark-hadron duality is a reality in QCD, then condensates, those quantities that have commonly been viewed as constant empirical mass-scales that fill all spacetime, are instead wholly contained within hadrons; i.e., they are a property of hadrons themselves and expressed, e.g., in their Bethe… 

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