Recent Ψ′ results from Mark III

Ronen Mir, D. Coffman, G. Dubois, F. DeJongh, G. Eigen, J. Hauser, D. Hitlin, A. Mincer, C. Matthews, J. Richman, W. Wisniewski, Y. Zhu, J. Adler, J. Brient, T. Browder, K. Bunnell, R. Cassell, D. Coward, K. Einsweiler, C. GrabP. Kim, J. Labs, A. Odian, D. Pitman, R. Schindler, W. Toki, F. Villa, S. Wasserbaech, D. Wisinski, Z. Bai, M. Burchell, D. Dorfan, J. Drinkard, C. Gatto, C. Heusch, L. Kopke, W. Lockman, R. Partridge, H. Sadrozinski, M. Scarlatella, T. Schalk, A. Seiden, A. Weinstein, S. Weseler, R. Xu, G. Blaylock, B. Eisenstein, T. Freese, G. Gladding, J. Izen, S. Plaetzer, C. Simopoulos, I. Stockdale, B. Tripsas, A. Wattenberg, U. Mallik, M. Roco, M. Wang, J. Brown, T. Burnett, V. Cook, A. Li, R. Mir, P. Mockett, B. Nemati, L. Parrish, H. Willutzki

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    Results on ψ′ decays from Mark III are presented. With a data sample of 240,000 ψ′ events, we measure ψ′→π+π-ψ, ψ′→ηψ, ψ′→γχc, ψ′→γ4π±, ψ′→γ6π±, and perform a search for ψ′→ρ{variant}π. Implications of our measurements are discussed.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)326-330
    Number of pages5
    JournalNuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements)
    Issue numberC
    StatePublished - Aug 1990

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
    • Nuclear and High Energy Physics


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