Study of K over(K, ̄) resonances in over(p, ̄) p → K+ K- π0 at 900 and 1640 MeV/c

C. Amsler, C. A. Baker, B. M. Barnett, C. J. Batty, M. Benayoun, P. Blüm, K. Braune, D. V. Bugg, V. Credé, K. M. Crowe, M. Doser, W. Dünnweber, D. Engelhardt, M. A. Faessler, R. P. Haddock, F. H. Heinsius, N. P. Hessey, P. Hidas, D. Jamnik, H. KalinowskyP. Kammel, J. Kisiel, E. Klempt, H. Koch, O. Kortner, M. Kunze, U. Kurilla, R. Landua, H. Matthäy, C. A. Meyer, F. Meyer-Wildhagen, R. Ouared, K. Peters, B. Pick, M. Ratajczak, C. Regenfus, W. Roethel, K. Seth, U. Strohbusch, M. Suffert, U. Thoma, I. Uman, S. Wallis-Plachner, D. Walther, U. Wiedner*, B. S. Zou, Č Zupančič

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Prominent K over(K, ̄) resonances observed in the in-flight annihilation of over(p, ̄) p into K+ K- π0 include f2 (1270), f0 (1500), f2 (1525), φ{symbol} (1680) / ρ (1700) and a state at 1750 MeV/ c2 consistent with f0 (1710). The reaction cross sections σ (over(p, ̄) p → X (K+ K-) π0) are obtained by means of a partial wave analysis. When these are combined with known K over(K, ̄) partial widths, the resulting production rates of presumably non-n over(n, ̄) states, X = f0 (1710) and f2 (1525), are found to be suppressed by an order of magnitude compared to f0 (1500) and f2 (1270), respectively.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)165-171
Number of pages7
JournalPhysics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics
Issue number3-4
StatePublished - Aug 10 2006

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  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics


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