kaonic

kaonic

(keɪˈɒnɪk)
adj
(Nuclear Physics) of or relating to a kaon
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Over the past decade, there has been growing interest in the existence of deeply bound kaonic nuclear states, both theoretically and experimentally.
(2008) Kaonic nuclear systems [bar.K]N and [bar.K]NN as decaying states.
Some doubts about ESOP-like scheme Prediction of strange Kaonic Toshimitsu YAMAZAKI, M.J.A.
It is worthwhile to mention here that kaon-meson couplings can be fixed for two different kaonic potentials, namely, strongly attractive potential UK[S] and weakly attractive potential UK[W].
For kaon-meson coupling constants, we use parameter sets TM2 and GL85 that correspond to strongly attractive and weakly attractive kaonic potentials, respectively, and are listed in Table 3.
For [[mu].sub.B] = 0 MeV, we show [K.sup.+]/[[pi].sup.+] for hadronic matter with coupled baryons and bosons for two parameter sets TM1 and NL3 with kaonic potentials UK[S] and UK[W], respectively.
For kaon-meson coupling, we use parameter set TM2 which corresponds to strongly attractive kaonic potential UK[S].
Informed that space-time was ready to undergo a phase transition to trigger rapid expansion of the universe, he said: "Close the pearly gates and activate the kaonic shield.
Some doubts about ESOP-like scheme Prediction of strange Kaonic Proton Toshimitsu Yamazaki, M.J.A.
For the past decade we have studied deeply bound and dense kaonic nuclear cluster (KNC) states using an empirically based coupled-channel [bar.K]N complex potential, (1-7) which is characterized by a strongly attractive I = 0 [bar.K]N interaction coupled with the [SIGMA][pi] channels.
The latter Chiral ansatz leads to a substantially shallow [bar.K]N potential, and thus to kaonic states of small binding energies.
When the [bar.K]N attraction is increased, the potential, kinetic and binding energies of kaonic nuclear clusters are drastically enlarged, as shown in Fig.