Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
2S and 3S State Masses and decay constants of heavy-flavour mesons in a non-relativistic QCD potential model with three-loop effects in V-scheme
Center of Theoretical Studies, Pandu College, 781012, Guwahati, India
2 Department of Physics, Gauhati University, 781 014, Guwahati, India
Accepted: 13 December 2020
Published online: 30 December 2020
We make an analysis of three -loop effects of the strong coupling constant in the study of masses and decay constants of the heavy-flavour pseudo-scalar mesons (PSM) D, , B, , and in a non-relativistic QCD potential model using Dalgarno’s perturbation theory (DPT). The first order mesonic wavefunction is obtained using Dalgarno’s perturbation theory. The three-loop effects of strong coupling constant are included in the wave function in co-ordinate space and then used to examine the static and dynamic properties of the heavy-flavour mesons for 2S and 3S higher states. The results are compared with the other models available and are found to be compatible with available experimental values. In V-scheme, the three-loop effects on masses and decay constants of heavy-flavour mesons show a significant result.
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