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*Heavy* *Baryons* ∗

, 1994

"... We review the experimental and theoretical status of baryons containing one heavy quark. The charm and bottom baryon states are classified and their mass spectra are listed. The appropriate theoretical framework for the description of heavy baryons is the Heavy Quark Effective Theory, whose general ..."

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We review the experimental and theoretical status of

*baryons*containing one*heavy*quark. The charm and bottom*baryon*states are classified and their mass spectra are listed. The appropriate theoretical framework for the description of*heavy**baryons*is the*Heavy*Quark Effective Theory, whose general###
Is *Heavy* *Baryon* Approach Necessary?

, 1999

"... On the simple model of interacting massless pseudoscalar and heavy fermion fields it is demonstrated that using appropriately chosen renormalization condition one can respect power counting within the relativistic theory without applying the technique of heavy baryon approach. Explicit calculations ..."

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On the simple model of interacting massless pseudoscalar and

*heavy*fermion fields it is demonstrated that using appropriately chosen renormalization condition one can respect power counting within the relativistic theory without applying the technique of*heavy**baryon*approach. Explicit calculations###
Lifetimes of doubly *heavy* *baryons*

, 1999

"... We perform a detailed investigation of total lifetimes for the doubly heavy baryons ΞQQ ′, ΩQQ ′ in the framework of operator product expansion over the inverse heavy quark mass, whereas, to estimate matrix elements of operators obtained in OPE, approximations of nonrelativistic QCD are used. 1 ..."

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We perform a detailed investigation of total lifetimes for the doubly

*heavy**baryons*ΞQQ ′, ΩQQ ′ in the framework of operator product expansion over the inverse*heavy*quark mass, whereas, to estimate matrix elements of operators obtained in OPE, approximations of nonrelativistic QCD are used. 1###
Relativistic description of *heavy* *baryons* ∗

"... The masses of the ground state heavy baryons consisting of two light (u,d,s) and one heavy (c,b) quarks are calculated in the heavy-quark–light-diquark approximation within the constituent quark model. The light quarks, forming the diquark, and the light diquark in the baryon are treated completely ..."

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The masses of the ground state

*heavy**baryons*consisting of two light (u,d,s) and one*heavy*(c,b) quarks are calculated in the*heavy*-quark–light-diquark approximation within the constituent quark model. The light quarks, forming the diquark, and the light diquark in the*baryon*are treated completely###
Magnetic Moments of *Heavy* *Baryons*

, 1999

"... First non-trivial chiral corrections to the magnetic moments of triplet (T) and sextet (S(∗)) heavy baryons are calculated using Heavy Hadron Chiral Perturbation Theory. Since magnetic moments of the T-hadrons vanish in the limit of infinite heavy quark mass (mQ → ∞), these corrections occur at orde ..."

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First non-trivial chiral corrections to the magnetic moments of triplet (T) and sextet (S(∗))

*heavy**baryons*are calculated using*Heavy*Hadron Chiral Perturbation Theory. Since magnetic moments of the T-hadrons vanish in the limit of infinite*heavy*quark mass (mQ → ∞), these corrections occur###
THE THEORY OF *HEAVY* *BARYONS* a

, 1997

"... I discuss the theory of heavy baryon spectroscopy, emphasizing predictions which follow from light and heavy quark symmetries. The experimental data which are available for the properties of heavy (charmed and bottom) baryons continue to improve steadily in both quantity and quality. As a result, it ..."

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I discuss the theory of

*heavy**baryon*spectroscopy, emphasizing predictions which follow from light and*heavy*quark symmetries. The experimental data which are available for the properties of*heavy*(charmed and bottom)*baryons*continue to improve steadily in both quantity and quality. As a result###
Exotic *heavy* *baryons* at LHC? ∗

, 2008

"... We speculate about a heavy bottom-charm six-quark baryon. A semiclassical and a gaussian estimate reveal that the octet-octet bbbccc configuration can be energetically favored with respect to the singlet-singlet one. This result suggests that a confined bbb-ccc sixquark state may exist. Such objects ..."

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We speculate about a

*heavy*bottom-charm six-quark*baryon*. A semiclassical and a gaussian estimate reveal that the octet-octet bbbccc configuration can be energetically favored with respect to the singlet-singlet one. This result suggests that a confined bbb-ccc sixquark state may exist###
Theory of *Heavy* *Baryon* Decay 1

, 2000

"... We discuss various topics in the theory of heavy baryon decays. Among these are recent applications of the Relativistic Three Quark Model to semileptonic, nonleptonic, one-pion and one-photon transitions among heavy baryons, new higher order perturbative results on the correlator of two heavy baryon ..."

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We discuss various topics in the theory of

*heavy**baryon*decays. Among these are recent applications of the Relativistic Three Quark Model to semileptonic, nonleptonic, one-pion and one-photon transitions among*heavy**baryons*, new higher order perturbative results on the correlator of two*heavy*###
Electromagnetic Decays of *Heavy* *Baryons*

, 1999

"... The electromagnetic decays of the ground state baryon multiplets with one heavy quark are calculated using Heavy Hadron Chiral Perturbation Theory. The M1 and E2 amplitudes for S ∗ → Sγ, S ∗ → Tγ and S → Tγ are separately computed. All). The E2 amplitudes contribute at the M1 transitions are calcu ..."

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The electromagnetic decays of the ground state

*baryon*multiplets with one*heavy*quark are calculated using*Heavy*Hadron Chiral Perturbation Theory. The M1 and E2 amplitudes for S ∗ → Sγ, S ∗ → Tγ and S → Tγ are separately computed. All). The E2 amplitudes contribute at the M1 transitions