# Soft gluon fields and anomalous magnetic moment of muon

@article{Nedelko2022SoftGF, title={Soft gluon fields and anomalous magnetic moment of muon}, author={Sergei N. Nedelko and A. P. Nikolskii and Vladimir E. Voronin}, journal={Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics}, year={2022} }

An impact of nonperturbatively treated soft gluon modes on the value of anomalous magnetic moment of muon a_µ is studied within the mean-field approach to QCD vacuum and hadronization. It is shown that radial excitations of vector mesons strongly enhance contribution of hadronic vacuum polarization to a_µ, doubling the contribution of one-meson processes compared to the result for ground state mesons. The mean field also strongly influences the hadronic light-by-light scattering contribution…

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