EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 130, 2016MESON 2016 – 14th International Workshop on Meson Production, Properties and Interaction
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||02 Exotic atoms - contributions|
|Published online||29 November 2016|
Molecular components in D*s0(2317) and Ds1(2460) mesons
1 CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), CH-1211 Geneva, Switzerland
2 Technische Universität München, D-85748 Garching bei München, Germany
3 Universidad de Salamanca, E-37008 Salamanca, Spain
* Currently at Instituto de Física Corpuscular (IFIC), CSIC-Universidad de Valencia, E-46071 Valencia, Spain
** speaker, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published online: 29 November 2016
Different experiments have confirmed that the D*s0(2317) and Ds1(2460) mesons are very narrow states located, respectively, below the DK and D*K thresholds. This is markedly in contrast with the expectations of naive quark models and heavy quark symmetry. We address the mass shifts of the cs̄ ground states with quantum numbers JP = 0+ (D*s0(2317)) and JP = 1+ (Ds1(2460)) using a nonrelativistic constituent quark model in which quark-antiquark and meson-meson degrees of freedom are incorporated. The quark model has been applied to a wide range of hadronic observables and thus the model parameters are completely constrained. We observe that the coupling of the 0+ (1+) meson sector to the DK (D*K) threshold is a key feature in lowering the masses of the corresponding D*s0(2317) and Ds1(2460) states predicted by the naive quark model, but also in describing the Ds1(2536) meson as the 1+ state of the jPq = 3/2+ doublet predicted by heavy quark symmetry and thus reproducing its strong decay properties. Two features of our formalism cannot be address nowadays by other approaches: the coupling of the D-wave D*K threshold in the JP = 1+ cs̄ channel and the computation of the probabilities associated with different Fock components in the physical state.
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