Eur. Phys. J. A 10, 223-235
Ground and excited scalar isoscalar meson states in a quark model with a glueballM.K. Volkov and V.L. Yudichev
Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, 141980 Dubna, Russia firstname.lastname@example.org
(Received: 13 March 2001 Communicated by V.V. Anisovich)
Ground and first radially excited scalar isoscalar meson states and a scalar glueball are described in a nonlocal quark model. The glueball is introduced into the effective meson Lagrangian by means of the dilaton model on the base of the scale invariance of the meson Lagrangian. The scale invariance breaking by current quark masses and gluon anomalies is taken into account. The glueball anomalies turn out to be important for the description of the glueball-quarkonia mixing. The masses of five scalar isoscalar meson states and their strong decay widths are calculated. The state f0(1500) is shown to be composed mostly of the scalar glueball.
12.39.Ki - Relativistic quark model.
12.39.Mk - Glueball and nonstandard multiquark/gluon states.
13.25.-k - Hadronic decays of mesons.
14.40.-n - Mesons.
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