Quarkonium in a thermal BIon
Abstract
In the present article, the authors intend to propose a new theory which potentially allows the propagation of the formation and the evolution of quarkonium in a thermal BIon. When quarks are close to each other, quarkonium behaves like a scalar and by their getting away, it transits to a fermionic system. In order to analyze this particular behaviour, a new outlook approach needs to be adopted as the concurrent view is found deficient to analyse the aforesaid behaviour. Therefore, the authors' post deliberation accept the fermions and fermionic being cognate. We need to accept a theory that the origin of fermions and bosons be the same. However, in $M$theory, these particles are independent and for this reason, \textbf{we use a new broader theory based on Lie$N$Algebra and we call it BLNA (Broad Lie$N$Algebra)} theory. Thus, the BLNA in a way the $M$theory with $11$ dimensions. In this model, two types of energies with opposite signs emerge from nothing such as the sum over them becomes zero. They produce two types of branes with opposite quantum numbers and bosonic fields, which interact with each other and get compact. By compacting branes, the quarks and antiquarks are produced on branes and exchange the graviton and the gravitino. These particles produce two types of wormholes which act opposite to each other. They preclude from closing or getting away of branes from each other and also occurrence of confinement. This confined potential which emerges from these wormholes depends on the separation distance between quarks and antiquarks and also on temperature of system and is reduced to predicted potential in experiments and QCD. Also, total entropy of this system grows with increasing temperature and produces a repulsive force which leads to the separation of quarks and antiquarks and also to the emergence of deconfinement.
 Publication:

Canadian Journal of Physics
 Pub Date:
 February 2018
 DOI:
 10.1139/cjp20170049
 arXiv:
 arXiv:1709.09537
 Bibcode:
 2018CaJPh..96..127S
 Keywords:

 High Energy Physics  Theory
 EPrint:
 29 pages, 5 figures. Accepted in Can.J.Phys