Abstract:
The recent experimental results of LHCb collaboration suggested the existence of pentaquark states with charmonium. To understand the structure of the states, a dynamical calculation of 5-quark systems with quantum numbers $IJ^P=\frac{1}{2}(\frac{1}{2})^\pm$, $\frac{1}{2}(\frac{3}{2})^\pm$ and $\frac{1}{2}(\frac{5}{2})^\pm$ is performed in the framework of chiral quark model with the help of gaussian expansion method. The results show that the negative parity states can be bound states while all of the positive parity states are the scattering states. The $P_c(4380)$ state is suggested to be the bound state of $\Sigma^*_cD$. Although the energy of $\Sigma_cD^*$ is very close to the mass of $P_c(4450)$, the inconsistent parity prevents the assignment. The calculated distances between quarks confirm the molecular nature of the states. Other five-quark bound states of the combination of $\Sigma_cD$ and $\Sigma^*_cD^*$ are also found in the region about 4.3GeV and 4.5GeV.

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In the framework of a chiral constituent quark model, considering the contributions of $\pi$ annihilation and one-gluon annihilation, the proton-antiproton $S$-wave elastic scattering cross section experimental data can be reproduced by adjusting properly one-gluon annihilation coupling constant. Meanwhile, using the fixed model parameter, we do a dynamical calculation for all possible $S$-wave nucleon-antinucleon states, the results show that, there is no $S$-wave bound state as indicated by a strong enhancement at threshold of $p\bar{p}$ in $J/\psi$ and $B$ decays.

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We study the questions of the existence and mass of the proposed $d' (IJ^P=00^-)$ dibaryon in the quark-delocalization, color-screening model (QDCSM). The transformation between physical and symmetry bases has been extended to the cases beyond the SU(2) orbital symmetry. Using parameters fixed by baryon properties and $NN$ scattering, we find a mild attraction in the $IJ^P=00^-$ channel, but it is not strong enough to form a deeply bound state as proposed for the $d'$ state. Nor does the (isospin) I=2 N$\Delta$ configuration have a deeply bound state. These results show that if a narrow dibaryon $d'$ state does exist, it must have a more complicated structure.

Abstract:
The mass estimate of the $d^* (IJ^P=03^+)$ dibaryon is improved by a dynamical calculation in the quark delocalization, color screening model. The partial decay width of $d^*$ into an $NN$ D-wave state is also obtained. The mass obtained is slightly larger than that obtained in adiabatic calculations, due to the anharmonicity of the effective potential between two $\Delta$'s. The value of the width obtained due to tensor one-gluon-exchange is about 5 MeV, comparable in magnitude to earlier results found using pion exchange.

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This letter reports the nucleon-nucleon($NN$) interaction obtained from multi-channel, including hidden color channels, coupling quark model calculation. The results show that the hidden color channels coupling provides the intermediate range attraction which is usually assumed to be due to multi-$\pi$ or $\sigma$ meson exchange and that the short and intermediate range $NN$ interaction can be described solely by the fundamental quark-gluon degree of freedom of QCD.

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Possible $H$-like dibaryon states $\Lambda_{c}\Lambda_{c}$ and $\Lambda_{b}\Lambda_{b}$ are investigated within the framework of quark delocalization color screening model. The results show that the interaction between two $\Lambda_{c}$'s is repulsive, so it cannot be bound state by itself. However, the strong attraction in $\Sigma_{c}\Sigma_{c}$ and $\Sigma^{*}_{c}\Sigma^{*}_{c}$ channels and the strong channel coupling, due to the central interaction of one-gluon-exchange and one-pion-exchange, among $\Lambda_{c}\Lambda_{c}$, $\Sigma_{c}\Sigma_{c}$ and $\Sigma^{*}_{c}\Sigma^{*}_{c}$ push the energy of system below the threshold of $\Lambda_{c}\Lambda_{c}$ by $22$ MeV. The corresponding system $\Lambda_{b}\Lambda_{b}$ has the similar properties as that of $\Lambda_{c}\Lambda_{c}$ system, and a bound state is also possible in $\Lambda_{b}\Lambda_{b}$ system.

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The quark-delocalization, color-screening model, extended by inclusion of a one-pion-exchange (OPE) tail, is applied to the study of the deuteron and the d* dibaryon. The results show that the properties of the deuteron (an extended object) are well reproduced, greatly improving the agreement with experimental data as compared to our previous study (without OPE). At the same time, the mass and decay width of the d* (a compact object) are, as expected, not altered significantly.

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The $p\bar{\Lambda}$ systems with J=0 and J=1 are dynamically investigated within the framework of two constituent quark models: the chiral quark model and the quark delocalization color screening model. The model parameters are taken from our previous work, which gave a good description of the proton-antiproton S-wave elastic scattering cross section experimental data. The $p\bar{\Lambda}$ elastic scattering processes with coupling to $p\bar{\Sigma}$ state are studied. The results show that, there is no s-wave bound state as indicated by an enhancement near the threshold of $p\bar{\Lambda}$ in $J/\psi$ decay. However, a $IJ = {1/2}0$ $p\bar{\Sigma}$ resonance state is given in the quark delocalization color screening model.

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Inspired by the recent results of the WASA-at-COSY Collaboration, in which they found a resonance pole in the coupled $^{3}D_{3}$ - $^{3}G_{3}$ partial waves as expected from the $d^{*}$ resonance hypothesis, we calculated the resonance structure in the coupled $^{3}D_{3}$ - $^{3}G_{3}$ partial wave phase shifts of nucleon-nucleon scattering in the framework of two constituent quark models: the quark delocalization color screening model and the chiral quark model. Our results show that there is a resonance $^{7}S_{3}^{\Delta\Delta}$ in the coupled $^{3}D_{3}^{NN}$ and $^{3}G_{3}^{NN}$ partial waves in both of these two models, which is in accordance with the expectation from the $d^{*}$ resonance structure. The resonance shape in the $^{3}D_{3}^{NN}$ partial wave is remarkable, whereas in the $^{3}G_{3}^{NN}$ phase shifts there is a small rise around the resonance energy. This result is in agreement with the recent experimental observations of WASA-at-COSY Collaboration.

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Inspired by the discovery of the dibaryon $d^{*}$ and the experimental search of $N\Omega$ dibaryon with the STAR data, we study the strange dibaryon $N\Omega$ further in the framework of quark delocalization color screening model and chiral quark model. We have shown $N\Omega$ is a narrow resonance in $\Lambda\Xi$ D-wave scattering before. However, the $\Lambda$-$\Xi$ scattering data analysis is quite complicated. Here we calculate the low-energy $N\Omega$ scattering phase shifts, scattering length, effective range and binding energy to provide another approach of STAR data analysis. Our results show there exists an $N\Omega$ "bound" state, which can be observed by the $N$-$\Omega$ correlation analysis with RHIC and LHC data, or by the new developed automatic scanning system at J-PARC. Besides, we also find that the hidden color channel-coupling is important for the $N\Omega$ system to develop intermediate-range attraction.