Decay constants of the charmed tensor mesons at finite temperature
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CitationAzizi, K., Sundu, H., Türkan, A., & Veliev, E. V. (2016). Decay constants of the charmed tensor mesons at finite temperature. In A, Andrianov., N, Brambilla., V, Kim., & S, Kolevatov (Eds.), Xith Conference on Quark Confinement and Hadron Spectrum, Saint Petersburg, Russia. http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4938684
Investigation of the thermal properties of the mesons with higher spin is one of the important problems in the hadron physics. At finite temperature, the Lorentz invariance is broken by the choice of a preferred frame of reference and some new operators appear in the Wilson expansion. Taking into account these additional operators, we calculate the thermal two-point correlation function for D-2* (2460) and D-s2*(2573) tensor mesons. In order to perform the numerical analysis, we use the fermionic part of the energy density obtained both from lattice QCD and Chiral perturbation theory. We also use the temperature dependent continuum threshold and show that the values of the decay constants decrease considerably near to the critical temperature compared to their values in the vacuum. Our results at zero temperature are in good consistency with predictions of other nonperturbative models.