Nuclear information entropy, gravitational form factor, and glueballs in AdS/QCD
Center of Natural Sciences, Federal University of ABC, 09580-210, Santo André, Brazil
2 Center of Mathematics, Federal University of ABC, 09580-210, Santo André, Brazil
3 Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, N2L 2Y5, Waterloo, ON, Canada
Accepted: 14 June 2022
Published online: 2 July 2022
The nuclear configurational entropy (NCE) is employed to derive two parameters encoding the Pomeron Regge trajectory and the spectrum of closed strings, which are also related to the glueball mass, precisely matching data of the TOTEM collaboration at the LHC. In the Regge regime of holographic QCD, the (Reggeized) glueball propagator and the gravitational form factor of the proton occupy a relevant spot in AdS/QCD. They are used for deriving the cross-sections for the TeV scale proton-proton scattering process, which are the main ingredient for computing the NCE. The nuclear configurational stability is also addressed.
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