QCD as High Energy Limit of the Scalar Strong Interaction Hadron Theory
F. C. Hoh
Dragarbrunnsg, 55C, 75320 Uppsala, Sweden.
DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2013.49157   PDF   HTML     3,804 Downloads   5,693 Views   Citations

Abstract

This paper is an extension of the book of reference [1] below. QCD Lagrangian is derived from the same equations of motion for quarks used to construct the equations of motion for mesons and baryons in the scalar strong interaction hadron theory that accounts for many basic low energy data not covered by QCD. At high energies, the energetic quarks in a hadron can be far from each other and approximately free. Each quark is associated with a vector in an internal space characterizing its mass and charge. These spaces are interchangeable and provide a new symmetry equivalent to color symmetry in QCD. A quark in a meson has two “colors” and in a baryon three “colors”; the β function of QCD is 61%-92% greater in high energy interactions leading to baryons than that to mesons. This function enters the measurable running coupling constant and this prediction is testable against experiment. QCD, successful at high energies, is thus reconciled with the scalar strong interaction hadron theory and both complement each other.

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F. Hoh, "QCD as High Energy Limit of the Scalar Strong Interaction Hadron Theory," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 4 No. 9, 2013, pp. 1171-1175. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.49157.

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