## QCD 20 years later: Aachen, June 9-13, 1992, Volume 2 |

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with 2++ and 2 +

mass of m = 0.5 GeV/c2, a solution of the Schrodinger equation gives M(0++) =

2.3 m, M(0~+) = 2.7 m, M(2++) = 3.2 m— compatible with the bag model. c QCD ...

with 2++ and 2 +

**tensors**at slightly higher masses: in terms of a constituent gluonmass of m = 0.5 GeV/c2, a solution of the Schrodinger equation gives M(0++) =

2.3 m, M(0~+) = 2.7 m, M(2++) = 3.2 m— compatible with the bag model. c QCD ...

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The ground state

a solid line of phenomenological character. Similarly, states which likely belong

to the 23P2 multiplet, the X6,(10270), the tf2*(1980) and the /2(1810) are ...

The ground state

**tensor**mesons can be easily recognized. They are encircled bya solid line of phenomenological character. Similarly, states which likely belong

to the 23P2 multiplet, the X6,(10270), the tf2*(1980) and the /2(1810) are ...

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In this mass range we expect two ss

2240) states8. If a

states, hence three

In this mass range we expect two ss

**tensor**states, the 23P2(2040) and the 23F2(2240) states8. If a

**tensor**glueball exists in this mass range it may mix with thesestates, hence three

**tensor**states could have sizable couplings to both, the 7rN ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Interquark Forces | 455 |

Light Hadrons from Lattice QCD | 481 |

Glueballs and Hybrid Mesons | 505 |

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