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Title: Photon and one-photon -one-vector meson decay widths of the f(0)(1370), f(2)(1270), f(0)(1710), f(2)'(1525), and K-2*(1430)
Authors: Oset, Eulogi; Geng, Li Sheng; Branz, T.
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2010
Publisher: American Physical Society
Citation: Physical Review - Section D - Particles and Fields 81 (5): 054037 (2010)
Abstract: We calculate the radiative decay widths, two-photon (gamma gamma) and one-photon-one-vector meson (V gamma), of the dynamically generated resonances from vector-meson -vector-meson interaction in a unitary approach based on the hidden-gauge Lagrangians. In the present paper we consider the following dynamically generated resonances: f(0)(1370), f(0)(1710), f(2)(1270), f(2)'(1525) K-2*(1430), two strangeness 0 and isospin 1 states, and two strangeness 1 and isospin 1= 2 states. For the f(0)(1370) and f(2)(1270) we reproduce the previous results for the two-photon decay widths and further calculate their one-photon -one-vector decay widths. For the f(0)(1710) and f(2)'(1525) the calculated two-photon decay widths are found to be consistent with data. The rho 0 gamma, omega gamma and phi gamma decay widths of the f0(1370), f(2)'(1270) f(0)(1710), f(2)'(1525) are compared with the results predicted by other approaches. The K*(+)gamma and K*(0)gamma decay rates of the K-2*(1430) are also calculated and compared with the results obtained in the framework of the covariant oscillator quark model. The results for the two states with strangeness 0, isospin 1 and two states with strangeness 1, isospin 1/ 2 are predictions that need to be tested by future experiments.
Publisher version (URL): http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1103/PhysRevD.81.054037
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/23477
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.81.054037
ISSN: 1550-7998
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