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Experimental study ofχb(2P)→ππχb(1P)

Authors: C. Cawlfield; B. I. Eisenstein; I. Karliner; Dong Hee Kim; N. Lowrey; P. Naik; C. Sedlack; +130 Authors

Experimental study ofχb(2P)→ππχb(1P)

Abstract

We have searched for the di-pion transition chi_b(2P) -> pi pi chi_b(1P) in the CLEO III sample of Upsilon(3S) decays in the exclusive decay chain: Upsilon(3S) -> gamma chi_b(2P), chi_b(2P) -> pi pi chi_b(1P), chi_b(1P) -> gamma Upsilon(1S), Upsilon(1S) -> lepton pairs. Our studies include both pi+ pi- and pi0 pi0, each analyzed both in fully reconstructed events and in events with one pion undetected. We show that the null hypothesis is not substantiated. Under reasonable assumptions, we find the partial decay width to be Gamma[chi_b(2P) -> pi pi chi_b(1P)] = (0.83 +/- 0.22 +/- 0.08 +/- 0.19) keV, with the uncertainties being statistical, internal CLEO systematics, and common systematics from outside sources.

Subjects by Vocabulary

Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Physics Particle physics Pion Pi Decay chain Lepton

Keywords

Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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