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# Can the newly reported P c s (4459 ) be a strange hidden-charm Ξ c D ¯* molecular pentaquark?

04 Mar 2021-Physical Review D (American Physical Society)-Vol. 103, Iss: 5, pp 054007
Abstract: Stimulated by the ${P}_{cs}(4459)$ reported by the LHCb collaboration, we perform a single ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ channel and a coupled ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}\overline{D}/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{\ensuremath{'}}{\overline{D}}^{*}/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ channel analysis by using a one-boson-exchange model. Our results indicate that the newly ${P}_{cs}(4459)$ cannot be a pure ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ molecular state, but a coupled ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}\overline{D}/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{\ensuremath{'}}{\overline{D}}^{*}/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ bound state with $I({J}^{P})=0(3/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}})$, where the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ and ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}\overline{D}$ components are dominant. Meanwhile, we find the interactions from the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{\ensuremath{'}}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ system with $0(1/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}})$, the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}\overline{D}$ system with $1(3/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}})$, and the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ system with $1(1/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}})$ are strongly attractive, where one can expect possible strange hidden-charm molecular or resonant structures near these thresholds with the assigned quantum numbers.

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Abstract: Using the one-boson-exchange model,we studied the possible existence of very loosely bound hidden-charm molecular baryons composed of an anti-charmed meson and a charmed baryon.Our numerical results indicate that the Σ c * and Σ c  states exist,but that the Λ c  and Λ c * molecular states do not.

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29 Jan 2021-Physical Review D
Abstract: Recently, the LHCb Collaboration reported a new structure Pcs(4459) with a mass of 19 MeV below the ΞcD¯* threshold It may be a candidate of molecular state from the ΞcD¯* interaction In the current work, we perform a coupled-channel study of the Ξc*D¯*, Ξc′D¯*, Ξc*D¯, ΞcD¯*, Ξc′D¯, and ΞcD¯ interactions in the quasipotential Bethe-Salpeter equation approach With the help of the heavy quark chiral effective Lagrangian, the potential is constructed by light meson exchanges Two ΞcD¯* molecular states are produced with spin parities JP=1/2- and 3/2- The lower state with 3/2- can be related to the observed Pcs(4450) while two-peak structure cannot be excluded Within the same model, other strange hidden-charm pentaquarks are also predicted Two states with spin parities 1/2- and a state with 3/2- are predicted near the Ξc′D¯, ΞcD¯, and Ξc*D¯ thresholds, respectively As two states near ΞcD¯* threshold, two states are produced with 1/2- and 3/2- near the Ξc′D¯* threshold The couplings of the molecular states to the considered channels are also discussed The experimental research of those states are helpful to understand the origin and internal structure of the Pcs and Pc states

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Abstract: In this work, we investigate the SU(3) flavor symmetry, heavy quark spin symmetry and their breaking effects in the di-meson systems. We prove the existence of the $[\bar{D}_{s}^{*}D_{s}^{*}]^{0^{++}}$, $[\bar{D}_{s}^{*}D_{s}/\bar{D}_{s}^{}D_{s}^*]^{1^{+-}}$, and $[\bar{D}_{s}^{*}D_{s}^{*}]^{1^{+-}}$ bound states as the consequence of two prerequisites in the SU(3) flavor symmetry and heavy quark spin symmetry. The first prerequisite, the $X(3872)$ as the weakly $\bar{D}^{*}D/\bar{D} D^{*}$ bound state is supported by its mass and decay branching ratios. The second prerequisite, the existence of the $[\bar{D}_{s}D_{s}]^{0^{++}}$ bound state is supported by the lattice QCD calculation [arXiv:2011.02542(hep-lat)] and the observation of $\chi_{c0}(3930)$ by the LHCb Collaboration[Phys.Rev.Lett.125,242001, Phys.Rev.D102,112003]. We hope the future experimental analyses can search for these bound states in the $B\to D_{(s)}^{(*)}\bar{D}^{(*)}_{(s)}h$ processes ($h$ denotes the light hadrons). The $[\bar{D}_{s}^{*}D_{s}^{*}]^{0^{++}}$ bound state is also expected to be reconstructed in the $J/\psi \phi$ final state in the $B\to J/\psi \phi K$ decay.

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Jun-Tao Zhu1, Lin-Qing Song1, Jun He1Institutions (1)
12 Apr 2021-Physical Review D
Abstract: Recently, the LHCb Collaboration reported a new structure ${P}_{cs}(4459)$ with a mass of 19 MeV below the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ threshold. It may be a candidate of molecular state from the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ interaction. In the current work, we perform a coupled-channel study of the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}{\overline{D}}^{*}$, ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{\ensuremath{'}}{\overline{D}}^{*}$, ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}\overline{D}$, ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$, ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{\ensuremath{'}}\overline{D}$, and ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}\overline{D}$ interactions in the quasipotential Bethe-Salpeter equation approach. With the help of the heavy quark chiral effective Lagrangian, the potential is constructed by light meson exchanges. Two ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ molecular states are produced with spin parities ${J}^{P}=1/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ and $3/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}}$. The lower state with $3/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ can be related to the observed ${P}_{cs}(4450)$ while two-peak structure cannot be excluded. Within the same model, other strange hidden-charm pentaquarks are also predicted. Two states with spin parities $1/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ and a state with $3/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ are predicted near the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{\ensuremath{'}}\overline{D}$, ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}\overline{D}$, and ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{*}\overline{D}$ thresholds, respectively. As two states near ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ threshold, two states are produced with $1/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ and $3/{2}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ near the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}_{c}^{\ensuremath{'}}{\overline{D}}^{*}$ threshold. The couplings of the molecular states to the considered channels are also discussed. The experimental research of those states are helpful to understand the origin and internal structure of the ${P}_{cs}$ and ${P}_{c}$ states.

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Abstract: In this work, we investigate the SU(3) flavor symmetry, heavy quark spin symmetry and their breaking effects in the di-meson systems. We prove the existence of the [ D ‾ s ∗ D s ∗ ] 0 + + , [ D ‾ s ∗ D s / D ‾ s D s ∗ ] 1 + - , and [ D ‾ s ∗ D s ∗ ] 1 + - bound states as the consequence of two prerequisites in the SU(3) flavor symmetry and heavy quark spin symmetry. The first prerequisite, the X ( 3872 ) as the weakly D ‾ ∗ D / D ‾ D ∗ bound state is supported by its mass and decay branching ratios. The second prerequisite, the existence of the [ D ‾ s D s ] 0 + + bound state is supported by the lattice QCD calculation and the observation of χ c 0 ( 3930 ) by the LHCb Collaboration. We hope the future experimental analyses can search for these bound states in the B → D ( s ) ( * ) D ‾ ( s ) ( * ) h processes (h denotes the light hadrons). The [ D ‾ s ∗ D s ∗ ] 0 + + bound state is also expected to be reconstructed in the J / ψ ϕ final state in the B → J / ψ ϕ K decay.

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