
Debastiani, V. R., Liang, W. H., Xie, J. J., & Oset, E. (2017). Predictions for eta(c) > eta pi(+)pi() producing f(0)(500), f(0)(980) and a(0)(980). Phys. Lett. B, 766, 59–64.
Abstract: We perform calculations for the eta(c) > eta pi(+)pi() decay using elements of SU(3) symmetry to see the weight of different trios of pseudoscalars produced in this decay, prior to the final state interaction of the mesons. After that, the interaction of pairs of mesons, leading finally to eta pi(+)pi(), is done using the chiral unitary approach. We evaluate the pi(+)pi() and pi eta mass distributions and find large and clear signals for f(0)(500), f(0)(980) and a(0)(980) excitation. The reaction is similar to the chi(c1) > eta pi(+)pi(), which has been recently measured at BESIII and its implementation and comparison with these predictions will be very valuable to shed light on the nature of the low mass scalar mesons.



Oset, E., Albaladejo, M., Xie, J. J., & Ramos, A. (2014). Recent developments on hadron interaction and dynamically generated resonances. Int. J. Mod. Phys. E, 23(7), 1461008–8pp.
Abstract: In this talk I report on the recent developments in the subject of dynamically generated resonances. In particular I discuss the gamma p > K0 Sigma+ and gamma n > K0 Sigma(0) reactions, with a peculiar behavior around the K*(0)Lambda threshold, due to a 1/2() resonance around 2035 MeV. Similarly, I discuss a BES experiment, J/psi > eta K*(0) (K) over bar*(0) decay, which provides evidence for a new h(1) resonance around 1830 MeV that was predicted from the vectorvector interaction. A short discussion is then made about recent advances in the charm and beauty sectors.



Oset, E., Martinez Torres, A., Khemchandani, K. P., Roca, L., & YamagataSekihara, J. (2012). Two, three, many body systems involving mesons. Prog. Part. Nucl. Phys., 67(2), 455–460.
Abstract: In this talk we show recent developments on few body systems involving mesons. We report on an approach to Faddeev equations using chiral unitary dynamics, where an explicit cancellation of the two body off shell amplitude with three body forces stemming from the same chiral Lagrangians takes place. This removal of the unphysical off shell part of the amplitudes is most welcome and renders the approach unambiguous, showing that only on shell two body amplitudes need to be used. Within this approach, systems of two mesons and one baryon are studied, reproducing properties of the low lying 1/2(+) states. On the other hand we also report on multirho and K* multirho states which can be associated to known meson resonances of high spin.



YamagataSekihara, J., & Oset, E. (2010). V P gamma radiative decay of resonances dynamically generated from the vector mesonvector meson interaction. Phys. Lett. B, 690(4), 376–381.
Abstract: We evaluate the radiative decay into a vector, a pseudoscalar and a photon of several resonances dynamically generated from the vectorvector interaction. The process proceeds via the decay of one of the vector components into a pseudoscalar and a photon, which have an invariant mass distribution very different from phase space as a consequence of the two vector structure of the resonances. Experimental work along these lines should provide useful information on the nature of these resonances.

