# The Cheshire Cat Hadrons Revisited

@article{Rho2002TheCC, title={The Cheshire Cat Hadrons Revisited}, author={Mannque. Rho}, journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology}, year={2002} }

The notion of Cheshire Cat Principle in hadron structure developed in a 1993 lecture note is revisited by correcting nontrivial errors committed in the lecture and bringing up to date with the recent developments on the "vector manifestation" of chiral symmetry a la Harada-Yamawaki.

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The nucleon as a holographic Cheshire cat

- Physics
- 2014

Abstract The Cheshire cat principle emerges naturally from the holographic approach of the nucleon in terms of a bulk instanton. The cat hides in the holographic direction. I briefly review the… Expand

The Cheshire Cat Principle from Holography

- Physics
- 2010

The Cheshire cat principle states that hadronic observables at low energy do not distinguish between hard (quark) or soft (meson) constituents. As a result, the delineation between hard/soft (bag… Expand

The Cheshire Cat Principle from Holography 1

- 2018

The Cheshire cat principle states that hadronic observables at low energy do not distinguish between hard (quark) or soft (meson) constituents. As a result, the delineation between hard/soft (bag… Expand

Holographic Nucleons

- Physics
- 2010

Recent developments in holography have provided a new vista to the nucleon composition. A strongly coupled core nucleon tied with vector mesons emerge in line with the Cheshire cat principle. The cat… Expand

Baryon as a Quantum Hall Droplet and the Quark-Hadron Duality.

- Medicine, Physics
- Physical review letters
- 2019

We show that the recent proposal to describe the N_{f}=1 baryon in the large number of the color limit as a quantum Hall droplet can be understood as a chiral bag in a (1+2)-dimensional strip using… Expand

Renormalization of the casimir energy in the (1+1)-dimensional fermion-bag models

- Physics
- 2002

The ground-state energy in the two-phase hybrid chiral fermion-bag model involving boson-fermion interaction is studied in (1+1)-dimensional spacetime. A procedure for renormalizing the divergent… Expand

Double decimation and sliding vacua in the nuclear many body system

- Physics
- 2004

Abstract We propose that effective field theories for nuclei and nuclear matter comprise of “double decimation”: (1) the chiral symmetry decimation (CSD) and (2) Fermi liquid decimation (FLD). The… Expand

The sound speed and core of massive compact stars: A manifestation of hadron-quark duality

- Physics
- 2021

When baryon-quark continuity is formulated in terms of a topology change without invoking "explicit " QCD degrees of freedom at a density higher than twice the nuclear matter density $n_0$ the core… Expand

Model of a hybrid chiral bag involving constituent quarks

- Physics
- 2001

A three-phase modification of the hybrid quark-bag model is considered. In addition to the asymptotic-freedom and the hadronization phase, it includes the intermediate phase of constituent quarks. In… Expand

A new topological “twist” to BR scaling

- Physics
- 2014

Abstract When vector mesons are considered on the same footing as pions as suggested by hidden local symmetry, the property of the nuclear tensor forces is strongly controlled by the behavior of the… Expand

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