Unitary, relativistic resonance model for pi-N scattering

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Pion nucleon scattering up to 600 MeV lab kinetic energy is described by a manifestly covariant wave equation in which the pion is restricted to its mass-shell.The kernel of the equation includes nucleon (N), Roper (N*), delta, and D(sub)13 poles, with their corresponding crossed pole terms approximated by contact interactions, and contact sigma and rho-like exchange terms.The pi-NN vertex is treated as a mixture of gamma^5 and gamma^mu gamma^5 coupling, with a mixingparameter lambda chosen so that the dressed nucleon pole will be unshifted by the interaction.Chiral symmetry is maintained at threshold.The resonance contributions are fully unitarized by the equation, ... continued below

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Gross, Franz & Surya, Yohanes June 1, 1992.

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Pion nucleon scattering up to 600 MeV lab kinetic energy is described by a manifestly covariant wave equation in which the pion is restricted to its mass-shell.The kernel of the equation includes nucleon (N), Roper (N*), delta, and D(sub)13 poles, with their corresponding crossed pole terms approximated by contact interactions, and contact sigma and rho-like exchange terms.The pi-NN vertex is treated as a mixture of gamma^5 and gamma^mu gamma^5 coupling, with a mixingparameter lambda chosen so that the dressed nucleon pole will be unshifted by the interaction.Chiral symmetry is maintained at threshold.The resonance contributions are fully unitarized by the equation, with their widths determined by the dynamics included in the model.The delta and D(sub)13 are treated as a pure spin 3/2 particles, with no spin 1/2 amplitude in the S-channel.The complete development of this model, which gives a very good fit to all the data up to 600 MeV, is presented.

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  • Journal Name: Physical Review C; Journal Volume: 47

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  • Report No.: CEBAF-TH-92-19
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Gross, Franz & Surya, Yohanes. Unitary, relativistic resonance model for pi-N scattering, article, June 1, 1992; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc932068/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.