Six-quark structure of d * ( 2380 ) in a chiral constituent quark model

@article{Lu2017SixquarkSO,
  title={Six-quark structure of d * ( 2380 ) in a chiral constituent quark model},
  author={Qi-Fang Lu and Fei Huang and Yubing Dong and Peng-nian Shen and Zong Ye Zhang},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2017},
  volume={96},
  pages={014036}
}
The structure of ${d}^{*}(2380)$ is restudied with the single cluster structure in the chiral SU(3) quark model which has successfully been employed to explain the $N\ensuremath{-}N$ scattering data and the binding energy of deuteron. The binding behavior of such a six quark system is solved by using a variational method. The trial wave function is chosen to be a combination of a basic spherical symmetric component of $[(0s{)}^{6}{]}_{\mathrm{orb}}$ in the orbital space with $0\ensuremath{\hbar… 

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