Low-energy scattering and effective interactions of two baryons at mπ∼450  MeV from lattice quantum chromodynamics

@article{Illa2020LowenergySA,
  title={Low-energy scattering and effective interactions of two baryons at 
m$\pi$∼450  MeV
 from lattice quantum chromodynamics},
  author={Marc Illa and Silas R. Beane and Emmanuel Chang and Zohreh Davoudi and William Detmold and David J. Murphy and Kostas Orginos and Assumpta Parre{\~n}o and Martin J. Savage and Phiala E. Shanahan and Michael Wagman and Frank Winter},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Lattice},
  year={2020}
}
The interactions between two octet baryons are studied at low energies using lattice QCD (LQCD) with larger-than-physical quark masses corresponding to a pion mass of $m_{\pi}\sim 450$ MeV and a kaon mass of $m_{K}\sim 596$ MeV. The two-baryon systems that are analyzed range from strangeness $S=0$ to $S=-4$ and include the spin-singlet and triplet $NN$, $\Sigma N$ ($I=3/2$), and $\Xi\Xi$ states, the spin-singlet $\Sigma\Sigma$ ($I=2$) and $\Xi\Sigma$ ($I=3/2$) states, and the spin-triplet $\Xi… 
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