Spatial diquark correlations in a hadron

@inproceedings{Green2010SpatialDC,
  title={Spatial diquark correlations in a hadron},
  author={Jeremy R. Green and Michael Engelhardt and John W. Negele and Patrick Varilly},
  year={2010}
}
  • Jeremy R. Green, Michael Engelhardt, +1 author Patrick Varilly
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Using lattice QCD, a diquark can be studied in a gauge-invariant manner by binding it to a static quark in a heavy-light-light hadron. We compute the simultaneous two-quark density of a diquark, including corrections for periodic boundary conditions. We define a correlation function to isolate the intrinsic correlations of the diquark and reduce the effects caused by the presence of the static quark. Away from the immediate vicinity of the static quark, the diquark has a consistent shape, with… CONTINUE READING

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