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Curvature mass inside hadrons: Linking gravity to QCD

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Following the basic ideas of general relativity and quantum field theory, combing two kinds of standard models, the curvature mass inside hadrons is discussed and developed, in which the standard model of particle physics and the standard model of cosmos are naturally unified under the mathematical framework of geometric field theory, where the phenomena of dark matter and dark energy could get naturally theoretical interpretation.

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Ye, F. (2013) Curvature mass inside hadrons: Linking gravity to QCD. Natural Science, 5, 182-186. doi: 10.4236/ns.2013.52028.


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