Bottom-quark mass from finite energy QCD sum rules
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Bodenstein, Sebastian; Bordes Villagrasa, José M.; Domínguez, Cesáreo A.; Peñarrocha Gantes, José Antonio; Schilcher, K.
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Finite energy QCD sum rules involving both inverse and positive moment integration kernels are employed to determine the bottom quark mass. The result obtained in the MS¯ scheme at a reference scale of 10GeV is m¯b(10GeV)=3623(9)MeV. This value translates into a scale invariant mass m¯b(m¯b)=4171(9)MeV. This result has the lowest total uncertainty of any method, and is less sensitive to a number of systematic uncertainties that affect other QCD sum rule determinations.

    Bodenstein, Sebastian Bordes Villagrasa, José M. Domínguez, Cesáreo A. Peñarrocha Gantes, José Antonio Schilcher, K. 2012 Bottom-quark mass from finite energy QCD sum rules Physical Review D 85 3 034003 034008
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.85.034003

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