Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

A Simple Method of Determining the Mass of Hadrons

Authors: Nikola Perkovic

Determining the mass of hadrons was a predicament in Quantum Chromodynamics, suggestions and attempts of using a theory of lattice QCD for such determination has not provided satisfying results. This paper will suggest a new method that offers 99% accuracy therefore much higher than lattice QCD, as well as simplicity. The methodology provided in this paper is relatively simple which makes it easier to do the calculus without unnecessarily losing time on extremely complex equations that serve not practical purpose since the accuracy of lattice QCD in determining hadrionic mass is approximately 10% which is underwhelming. The aforementioned new method will be applied for protons, neutrons and pions.

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[v1] 2017-01-29 02:27:53

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