On the possibility of revealing the transition of a baryon pair state to a six-quark confinement state

  title={On the possibility of revealing the transition of a baryon pair state to a six-quark confinement state},
  author={V. I. Komarov},
  journal={Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters},
  • V. Komarov
  • Published 19 April 2017
  • Physics
  • Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters
Proton-proton collisions are considered to find favourable conditions for searching for the transition of a baryon pair state to a hexa-quark confinement state (3q) + (3q) → (6q)cnf. It is admitted that central pp collisions in a definite range of the initial energy can lead to creation of an intermediate compound system where the hexa-quark dibaryon can be formed. Criteria for selection of central collision events and for manifestation of the quark-structure dibaryon production are proposed. 
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