Dibaryons: Molecular versus compact hexaquarks

  title={Dibaryons: Molecular versus compact hexaquarks},
  author={H. Clement and T. Yu. Skorodko},
  journal={Chinese Physics C},
Hexaquarks constitute a natural extension of complex quark systems, just as tetra- and pentaquarks do. To this end, the current status of in both experiment and theory is reviewed. Recent high-precision measurements in the nucleon-nucleon channel and analyses thereof have established as an indisputable resonance in the long-sought dibaryon channel. Important features of this state are its narrow width and deep binding relative to the threshold. Its decay branchings favor theoretical… 
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