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|Title:||Dynamical chiral symmetry with an infrared finite gluon propagator|
|Author:||Cardona, J. C.|
Aguilar, A. C.
|Abstract:||In this work we study dynamical quark mass generation using an infrared finite gluon propagator obtained from quenched lattice simulations. The quark gap equation is solved using a purely non -Abelian Ansatz for the quark -gluon vertex, which displays a dependence on the ghost dressing function and the scalar component of quark -ghost scattering kernel. For the former quantity we use quenched lattice results, while for the latter we derive its own integral equation at the one -loop -dressed approximation. This latter quantity is then coupled to the system of equations governing the two Dirac structures of the quark propagator. It turns out that when a current quark mass of 5 MeV is introduced, the constituent quark mass generated from the gap equation is of the order of 310 MeV. In addition, the pion decay constant computed from the resulting quark propagator is in good agreement with the physical value|
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