Charge-exchange photoproduction of the a2-(1320) in association with ++ at 19.3 GeV/c

G. T. Condo, T. Handler, J. Shimony, K. Abe, M. Austern, R. Armenteros, T. C. Bacon, J. Ballam, H. H. Bingham, J. E. Brau, K. Braune, D. Brick, W. M. Bugg, J. M. Butler, W. Cameron, H. O. Cohn, D. C. Colley, S. Dado, R. Diamond, P. DingusR. Erickson, A. Falicov, R. C. Field, L. R. Fortney, B. Franek, N. Fujiwara, T. Glanzman, I. M. Godfrey, J. J. Goldberg, A. T. Goshaw, G. Hall, E. R. Hancock, H. J. Hargis, E. L. Hart, M. J. Harwin, K. Hasegawa, R. I. Hulsizer, M. Jobes, T. Kafka, G. E. Kalmus, D. P. Kelsey, J. Kent, T. Kitagaki, A. Levy, P. W. Lucas, W. A. Mann, E. S. McCrory, R. Merenyi, R. Milburn, C. Milstene, K. C. Moffeit, A. Napier, S. Noguchi, F. Ochiai, V. R. O'Dell, S. O'Neale, A. P.T. Palounek, I. A. Pless, P. Rankin, W. J. Robertson, H. Sagawa, T. Sato, J. Schneps, S. J. Sewell, J. Shank, A. M. Shapiro, R. Sugahara, A. Suzuki, K. Takahashi, K. Tamai, S. Tanaka, S. Tether, D. A. Waide, W. D. Walker, M. Widgoff, C. G. Wilkins, S. Wolbers, C. A. Woods, Akira Yamaguchi, R. K. Yamamoto, S. Yamashita, Y. Yoshimura, G. P. Yost, H. Yuta

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Abstract

We examine the negative 3 final state produced in association with ++(1232) in the reaction p++€+€-€- at an incident photon energy of 19.3 GeV. The most prominent enhancement in the 3 spectrum occurs at a mass and with a width consistent with the parameters of the a2(1320). This identification is confirmed by the various angular distributions. The a2 production cross section, corrected for efficiencies and alternate a2 decay modes, is 0.45±0.05b.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3317-3323
Number of pages7
JournalPhysical Review D
Volume41
Issue number11
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1990 Jan 1

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  • Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)

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