Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Analytical solution of relativistic four quark bound systems
Department of Physics, University of Kashan, Kashan, Iran
Accepted: 8 January 2023
Published online: 21 January 2023
Since in recent years most of the heavy tetraquarks are discovered by Belle, LHCb, BESIII, etc., it motivated us to study these exotic hadrons. To the extent of our knowledge about the mass characteristics of heavy tetraquarks, we utilize the spinless relativistic Bethe–Salpeter equation by applying the Cornell potential in order to calculate the eigenvalue and mass of heavy tetraquarks. For this purpose, we present an ansatz solution to obtained Schrödinger-like equation to calculate the ground-state energy of diquarks and tetraquarks. Eventually, we compare our obtained predictions for heavy tetraquark masses with available experimental and theoretical data.
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