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Vector meson dominance, chiral loops, sigma meson, and omega-rho mixing in omega ->pi(0)pi(0)gamma decay
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Gokalp, A
Kucukarslan, A
Yılmaz, Osman
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In an attempt to explain the latest experimental result about the branching ratio of omega-->pi(0)pi(0)gamma decay, we reexamine the mechanism of this decay in a phenomenological framework in which the contributions of vector meson dominance, chiral loops, sigma-meson intermediate state amplitudes, and the effects of omega-rho mixing are considered. We conclude that in order to obtain the experimental value of the branching ratio B(omega-->pi(0)pi(0)gamma) the sigma-meson amplitude, which makes a substantial contribution, should be included in the reaction mechanism and the effects of omega-rho mixing should be taken into account. We also estimate the coupling constant g(omegasigmagamma) as g(omegasigmagamma)=0.11, which is much smaller than the values suggested by light cone QCD sum rule calculations.
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/94902
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PHYSICAL REVIEW D
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https://doi.org/10.1103/physrevd.67.073008
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A. Gokalp, A. Kucukarslan, and O. Yılmaz, “Vector meson dominance, chiral loops, sigma meson, and omega-rho mixing in omega ->pi(0)pi(0)gamma decay,”
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