EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 252, 2021HINPw6 – Hellenic Institute of Nuclear Physics; 6th International Workshop; Perspectives on Nuclear Physics; From Fundamentals to Applications
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||10 September 2021|
Momentum dependent mean-fields of hyperons & antihyperons
Department of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Published online: 10 September 2021
The in-medium properties of hyperons and antihyperons are studied with the Non-Linear Derivative (NLD) model and focus is made on the momentum dependence of strangeness optical potentials. The NLD model is based on the Relativistic Mean Field (RMF) approximation to Relativistic Hadrodynamics (RHD) approach of nuclear systems, but it incorporates an explicit momentum dependence of mean-fields. The extension of the NLD model to the baryon and antibaryon octet is based on SU(6) and G-parity arguments. It is demonstrated that with a proper choice of momentum cut-offs, the Λ and Σ optical potentials are consistent with recent studies of the chiral effective field theory(χ -EFT) and optical potentials are consistent with Lattice-QCD calculations, over a wide momentum region. We also present NLD predictions for the in-medium momentum dependence of ∧¯, ∑¯ and Ξ¯ hyperons. This work is important for future experimental studies, like CBM, PANDA at FAIR and is relevant to nuclear astrophysics as well.
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