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Confinement in SU(N_c) gauge theory with a massive dilaton

12/2003;
Source: arXiv

ABSTRACT Following a recently proposed confinement generating scenario \cite{Di}, we provide a new string inspired model with a massive dilaton and a general dilaton-gluon coupling. By solving analytically the equations of motion, we derive a new class of confining interquark potentials, which includes most of the QCD motivated potential forms given in the literature.

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