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there are several papers on QCD in Hamiltonian formulation, especially in Coulomb gauge. Unfortunately the Hamiltonian H is rather formel and highly complex.

Question: is there a paper discussing the contribution of individual terms of H to the nucleon mass?

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# Hamiltonian formulation of QCD and nucleon mass

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