Accommodate chiral symmetry breaking and linear confinement in a dynamical holographic QCD model

Li, Danning; Huang, Mei; Yan, Qi-Shu
October 2012
AIP Conference Proceedings;Oct2012, Vol. 1492 Issue 1, p233
Academic Journal
We construct a self-consistent holographic QCD model which can realize two most important phenomena of QCD, i.e. chiral symmetry breaking and confinement. The model is formulated in the framework of graviton-dilaton-scalar system, where the dilaton field is of dimension-2 which might be dual to the dimension-2 gluon condensate and can lead to the linear confinement, while the scalar field corresponds to the quark anti-quark condensate and can explain the property of chiral dynamics. Within this framework, both Regge spectra of hadrons and the linear potential between quarks can be accommodated. It is also found that the negative dilaton background can be safely excluded in this framework.


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