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Mass Splittings of Heavy Quark Spin Symmetry Partners of X(3872) in QCD Sum Rules
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The parameters of QCDSR such as the values of the condensates and the Borel mass are not well-established and hence increase the uncertainty of predictions up to 30%. In this study, mass splittings of the heavy quark spin symmetry partners of the exotic particle X(3872) are studied from the tetraquark aspect. In order to accomplish the task, randomised sets of the parameters are generated to find the squared mass values of the partners, and the results are compared with the findings in the literature. Randomisation of the values is performed using Wolfram Mathematica 12.0.0 and the data is analysed in Python 3.7.3.
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X(3872)
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tetraquark
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QCD
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Sum Rule
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H. Çetin, “Mass Splittings of Heavy Quark Spin Symmetry Partners of X(3872) in QCD Sum Rules,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2021.