Pion electric polarizability

Maksimenko, N.; Kuchin, and
May 2012
Russian Physics Journal;May2012, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p1333
Academic Journal
The static and generalized electric polarizability of pions considered as a nonrelativistic system of two spinor quarks with the Cornell interaction potential are calculated. A relationship between the static and generalized pion electric polarizabilities is investigated within the limits of this approach.


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