Magnetic Polarizability of Virtual (ss¯) and (cc¯) Pairs in the Nucleon

@article{Filip2017MagneticPO,
  title={Magnetic Polarizability of Virtual (ss¯) and (cc¯) Pairs in the Nucleon},
  author={Peter Filip},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2017},
  volume={938}
}
  • P. Filip
  • Published 1 December 2017
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics: Conference Series
We suggest 3P0 quantum state of virtual (ss¯) pairs in the nucleon can be polarised by the internal fields permeating the volume of the nucleon (proton or neutron). Due to the quadratic Zeeman interaction, 3P0 wavefunction of virtual (qq¯) pairs acquires the admixture of 1P10 quantum state in the magnetic field, which generates the antiparallel polarization of s and s¯ quarks (in the nucleon). Considering the internal magnetic fields of neutron and proton (originating from their measured… 

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