The Physics of K0−K¯0 Mixing: BˆK and ΔMLS in the Chiral Quark ModelAntonelli, V. ; Bertolini, S. ; Fabbrichesi, M. ; Lashin, Elsayed
AbstractWe compute the BˆK parameter and the mass difference ΔMLS of the K0−K¯0 system by means of the chiral quark model. The chiral coefficients of the relevant ΔS=2 and ΔS=1 chiral lagrangians are computed via quark-loop integration. We include the relevant effects of one-loop corrections in chiral perturbation theory. The final result is very sensitive to non-factorizable corrections of O(αSN) coming from gluon condensation. The size of the gluon condensate is determined by fitting the experimental value of the amplitude K+→π+π0. By varying all the relevant parameters we obtain BˆK=0.87±0.33 . We evaluate within the model the long-distance contributions to ΔMLS induced by the double insertion of the ΔS=1 chiral lagrangian and study the interplay between short- and long-distance amplitudes. By varying all parameters we obtain ΔMthLS/ΔMexpLS=0.76+0.64−0.34. Finally, we investigate the phenomenological constraints on the Kobayashi-Maskawa parameter Im λt entering the determination of ϵ′/ϵ.
|Issue Date||1997||Publisher||Elsevier||Journal||Nuclear Physics B||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/123456789/757||DOI||10.1016/S0550-3213(97)00146-6
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