To What Extent is Gluon Confinement an Empirical Fact?

@article{Delgado2013ToWE,
  title={To What Extent is Gluon Confinement an Empirical Fact?},
  author={Rafael L. Delgado and Carlos Hidalgo-Duque and Felipe J. Llanes-Estrada},
  journal={Few-Body Systems},
  year={2013},
  volume={54},
  pages={1705-1717}
}
  • Rafael L. Delgado, Carlos Hidalgo-Duque, Felipe J. Llanes-Estrada
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Few-Body Systems
  • Experimental verifications of confinement in hadron physics have established the absence of charges with a fraction of the electron’s charge by studying the energy deposited in ionization tracks at high energies, and performing Millikan experiments with charged droplets at rest. These experiments test only the absence of particles with fractional charge in the asymptotic spectrum, and thus “Quark” Confinement. However what theory suggests is that Color is confined, that is, all asymptotic… CONTINUE READING

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