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Electromagnetic mass difference on the lattice
"... We calculate electromagnetic mass difference of mesons using a method proposed by Duncan et al. The RGimproved gauge action and the noncompact Abelian gauge action are employed to generate configurations. Quark propagators in the range of mPS/mV = 0.76 − 0.51 are obtained with the meanfieldimprov ..."
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We calculate electromagnetic mass difference of mesons using a method proposed by Duncan et al. The RGimproved gauge action and the noncompact Abelian gauge action are employed to generate configurations. Quark propagators in the range of mPS/mV = 0.76 − 0.51 are obtained with the meanfield
Electromagnetic Mass, Charge and Spin
"... The electrodynamics is usually considered as a phenomenological theory with respect to the masses and charges of the particles. In this paper we develop theoretical model of electrodynamics that does not contain any phenomenological constants associated with the particles, such as particles ’ masses ..."
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The electrodynamics is usually considered as a phenomenological theory with respect to the masses and charges of the particles. In this paper we develop theoretical model of electrodynamics that does not contain any phenomenological constants associated with the particles, such as particles
The Electromagnetic Mass Differences of Pions and Kaons
, 1996
"... We use the Cottingham method to calculate the pion and kaon electromagnetic mass differences with as few model dependent inputs as possible. The constraints of chiral symmetry at low energy, QCD at high energy and experimental data in between are used in the dispersion relation. We find excellent ag ..."
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We use the Cottingham method to calculate the pion and kaon electromagnetic mass differences with as few model dependent inputs as possible. The constraints of chiral symmetry at low energy, QCD at high energy and experimental data in between are used in the dispersion relation. We find excellent
K ∗ (892) Electromagnetic Mass Anomaly ∗
, 2000
"... Electromagnetic masses of neutral K ∗ (892) may be larger than one of charged K ∗ (892). It is unusual and is called K ∗EMmass anomaly. We review the studies on this issue, and point out that K ∗mass splitting can be measured in BES accurately. 1. K ∗ (892): The isospin, spin and parity of meson ..."
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Electromagnetic masses of neutral K ∗ (892) may be larger than one of charged K ∗ (892). It is unusual and is called K ∗EMmass anomaly. We review the studies on this issue, and point out that K ∗mass splitting can be measured in BES accurately. 1. K ∗ (892): The isospin, spin and parity of meson
Electromagnetic Mass Difference of Heavy Mesons
, 1997
"... Using the Cottingham formula, we give an estimate of the electromagnetic mass splitting of pseudoscalar heavy mesons in the beauty and charm sector. We include in the dispersion relation the Born term, the 1 − resonance and the positive parity 1 + resonance. We also evaluate the contribution to the ..."
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Using the Cottingham formula, we give an estimate of the electromagnetic mass splitting of pseudoscalar heavy mesons in the beauty and charm sector. We include in the dispersion relation the Born term, the 1 − resonance and the positive parity 1 + resonance. We also evaluate the contribution
Lorentz’s Electromagnetic Mass: A Clue for Unification?
, 2007
"... We briefly review in the present article the conjecture of electromagnetic mass by Lorentz. The philosophical perspectives and historical accounts of this idea are described, especially, in the light of Einstein’s special relativistic formula E = mc2. It is shown that the Lorentz’s electromagnetic m ..."
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We briefly review in the present article the conjecture of electromagnetic mass by Lorentz. The philosophical perspectives and historical accounts of this idea are described, especially, in the light of Einstein’s special relativistic formula E = mc2. It is shown that the Lorentz’s electromagnetic
ELECTROMAGNETIC MASS MODELS IN GENERAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY:
, 2007
"... “Electromagnetic mass ” where gravitational mass and other physical quantities originate from the electromagnetic field alone has a century long distinguished history. In the introductory chapter we have divided this history into three broad categories – classical, quantum mechanical and general rel ..."
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“Electromagnetic mass ” where gravitational mass and other physical quantities originate from the electromagnetic field alone has a century long distinguished history. In the introductory chapter we have divided this history into three broad categories – classical, quantum mechanical and general
Electromagnetic Masses of the Massive YangMills Particles K
 Electromagnetic Mass Splittings of ��, a 1 , K 1 (1400) and K (892), NSCUSTC2996 (hepph /9611297
"... Electromagnetic mass difference between neutral K ∗ and charged K ∗ has been calculated in the U(3)L × U(3)R chiral fields theory of mesons. It has been revealed that the nonabelian gauge structure of the massive YangMills lagrangian obeyed by K ∗ plus VMD (vector meson dominace) causes the EMmas ..."
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Electromagnetic mass difference between neutral K ∗ and charged K ∗ has been calculated in the U(3)L × U(3)R chiral fields theory of mesons. It has been revealed that the nonabelian gauge structure of the massive YangMills lagrangian obeyed by K ∗ plus VMD (vector meson dominace) causes the EMmass
Baryons Electromagnetic Mass Splittings in Potential Models
, 1997
"... We study electromagnetic mass splittings of charmed baryons. We point out discrepancies among theoretical predictions in nonrelativistic potential models; none of these predictions seems supported by experimental data. A new calculation is presented. Quite a successful phenomenology has been obtain ..."
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We study electromagnetic mass splittings of charmed baryons. We point out discrepancies among theoretical predictions in nonrelativistic potential models; none of these predictions seems supported by experimental data. A new calculation is presented. Quite a successful phenomenology has been
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