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Three-body correlations in mesonic-atom-like systems

by H. Moriya, W. Horiuchi, J. -M. Richard

Submission summary

As Contributors: Wataru Horiuchi · Hajime Moriya
Arxiv Link: https://arxiv.org/abs/1911.05972v1
Date accepted: 2019-11-29
Date submitted: 2019-11-15
Submitted by: Moriya, Hajime
Submitted to: SciPost Physics Proceedings
Proceedings issue: 24th European Few Body Conference (University of Surrey, U.K.)
Discipline: Physics
Subject area: Nuclear Physics - Theory
Approach: Theoretical

Abstract

Three-body correlations in three-body exotic atoms are studied with simple models that consist of three bosons interacting through a superposition of long- and short-range potentials. We discuss the correlations among particles by comparing the energy shifts given by precise three-body calculations and by the Deser-Trueman formula, in which the long- and short-range contributions are factorized. By varying the coupling of the short-range potential, we evaluate the ranges of the strength where the two-body correlations dominate and where the three-body correlations cannot be neglected.

Current status:
Publication decision taken: accept

Editorial decision: For Journal SciPost Physics Proceedings: Publish
(status: Editorial decision fixed and (if required) accepted by authors)



Submission & Refereeing History

Submission 1911.05972v1 on 15 November 2019

Reports on this Submission

Anonymous Report 1 on 2019-11-17 Invited Report

Report

The authors study a mesonic atom system, with their accurate three-body calculation method. They have found that the calculated 3-body energy is in good agreement with the 2-body correlation model, DT model they call, for a weakly interacting regime, while the disagreement becomes significant for stronger interaction, in particular close to the unitary regime. Although their model is too simple to directly apply to the mesonic atom system they aim to study, their results have clear physical insights which may be useful for their forthcoming studies which should be more realistic. So I think the manuscript is ready for publication as it is.

  • validity: good
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  • originality: good
  • clarity: high
  • formatting: good
  • grammar: excellent

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