Confinement and the global SU(3) color symmetry *

@article{Chen2020ConfinementAT,
  title={Confinement and the global SU(3) color symmetry *},
  author={Ying Chen},
  journal={Chinese Physics C},
  year={2020}
}
  • Ying Chen
  • Published 29 September 2020
  • Physics
  • Chinese Physics C
The global $SU(3)$ color symmetry and its physical consequences are discussed. The N\"{o}ther current is actually governed by the conserved matter current of color charges if the color field generated by this charge is properly polarized. The color field strength of a charge can have a uniform part due to the nontrivial QCD vacuum field and the nonzero gluon condensate, which implies that the self-energy of a system with a net color charge is infinite and thereby cannot exist as a free state… 
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