quark confinement

quark confinement

[′kwärk kən‚fīn·mənt]
(particle physics)
The phenomenon wherein quarks can never be removed from the hadrons they compose, even though the interactions between them are relatively weak.
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These potentials should take into account the two important features of the strong interaction, namely, asymptotic freedom and quark confinement [2-6].
It is this linear term that leads to quark confinement. One of the striking properties of QCD asymptotic freedom is that the interaction strength between quarks becomes smaller as the distance between them gets shorter.
Researchers associated with the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) at the Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility have taken the first step toward solving the problem of "quark confinement." Their (https://journals.aps.org/prc/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevC.95.042201) research , published in the latest edition of the journal Physical Review C, aims to study a class of particles called hybrid mesons, which are identical to ordinary mesons in composition, but are believed to exhibit drastically different behavior. 
Quark confinement results because isolated quarks are 4-D entities which cannot exist in a 3-D space, so one can never have an isolated single quark in our 3-D spatial world.
Quark confinement and the hadron spectrum; proceedings.
In one stroke, his new lattice approach demonstrated that quark confinement arises naturally from QCD, a result that later computer simulations supported.
Tomozawa, "[psi] Phenomenology and the nature of quark confinement," Annals of Physics, vol.
Trigonometric quark confinement potential of QCD traits.
Among the areas they consider are breaking the symmetry, towards the standard model, renormalization, asymptotic freedom, quark confinement and strings, the lattice, confrontation with experiments, and supersymmetry and supergravity.
Campagnari et al., "Hamiltonian approach to QCD in Coulomb gauge at zero and finite temperature," in Proceedings of the 12Ith Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum, Greece, September 2017.
In the present paper, we discuss a number of those impossible things, including PT-symmetric periodic potential, its fink with condensed matter nuclear science, and possible neat link with Quark confinement theory.
Is there dynamical explanation of quark confinement problem?