We study low-energy virtual Compton scattering off the proton within the framework of a nonrelativistic constituent quark model. The Compton tensor is divided into two separately gauge-invariant contributions. The first consists of the ground-state propagation in the direct and crossed channels together with an appropriately chosen term to satisfy gauge invariance. The residual part contains the relevant structure information characterized by the so-called generalized polarizabilities. We discuss two different schemes to obtain the generalized polarizabilities from the residual term. Explicit predictions for the generalized polarizabilities are presented for the Isgur-Karl model. Our results are compared with previous predictions in that model as well as other approaches.

Generalized polarizabilities of the proton in a constituent quark model revisited

PASQUINI, BARBARA;
2001

Abstract

We study low-energy virtual Compton scattering off the proton within the framework of a nonrelativistic constituent quark model. The Compton tensor is divided into two separately gauge-invariant contributions. The first consists of the ground-state propagation in the direct and crossed channels together with an appropriately chosen term to satisfy gauge invariance. The residual part contains the relevant structure information characterized by the so-called generalized polarizabilities. We discuss two different schemes to obtain the generalized polarizabilities from the residual term. Explicit predictions for the generalized polarizabilities are presented for the Isgur-Karl model. Our results are compared with previous predictions in that model as well as other approaches.
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