Scattering of decuplet baryons in chiral effective field theory

@article{Haidenbauer2017ScatteringOD,
  title={Scattering of decuplet baryons in chiral effective field theory},
  author={Johann Haidenbauer and Stefan Petschauer and Norbert Kaiser and Ulf-G. Mei{\ss}ner and Wolfram Weise},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2017},
  volume={77},
  pages={1-25}
}
A formalism for treating the scattering of decuplet baryons in chiral effective field theory is developed. The minimal Lagrangian and potentials in leading-order SU(3) chiral effective field theory for the interactions of octet baryons ($$B$$B) and decuplet baryons ($$D$$D) for the transitions $$\mathrm{BB}\rightarrow \mathrm{BB}$$BB→BB, $$\mathrm{BB}\leftrightarrow \mathrm{DB}$$BB↔DB, $$\mathrm{DB}\rightarrow \mathrm{DB}$$DB→DB, $$\mathrm{BB}\leftrightarrow \mathrm{DD}$$BB↔DD, $$\mathrm{DB… 
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