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Analysis of three D → Kππ Dalitz plots
Abstract Analysis of three D → Kππ Dalitz plots is presented using data collected by the Fermilab high energy photoproduction experiment E687. Our data are fit to a model consisting of a sum ofExpand
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Studies of DD correlations in high energy photoproduction
Abstract Analysis of data from the Fermilab high energy photoproduction experiment E687 for events containing fully and partially reconstructed pairs of charmed mesons is presented. Correlations fromExpand
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Evidence for a narrow dip structure at 1.9 GeV/c2 in 3π+3π− diffractive photoproduction
Abstract A narrow dip structure has been observed at 1.9 GeV/ c 2 in a study of diffractive photoproduction of the 3 π + 3 π − final state performed by the Fermilab experiment E687.
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Charm-anticharm asymmetries in high energy photoproduction
Abstract We report measurements of charm particle production asymmetries from the Fermilab photoproduction experiment E687. An asymmetry in the rate of production of charm versus anticharm particlesExpand
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First evidence of Ωc0→Ω−π+
Abstract We report evidence of a narrow resonance at a mass of 2705.9 ± 3.3 ± 2.0 MeV/c2 in the final state Ω−π+ and the charge conjugate. The mass and width support the interpretation of a weaklyExpand
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Description and performance of the Fermilab E687 spectrometer
Abstract The magnetic spectrometer and charged particle tracking system used in Fermilab experiment 687 to study the photoproduction and decay of charm particles are described in detail. The photonsExpand
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Measurement of the form factors for the decay D+s --> phimu+nu
Abstract The fermilab high-energy photoproduction experiment E687 provides a sample of approximately 90 events of the decay mode D + s → φμ + ν . The ratios of the form factors governing the decayExpand
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Observation of D0 → K0K0☆
Abstract We have observed the decay mode D 0 → K S 0 K S 0 . The signal was isolated by detecting both K S 0 's decaying via K S 0 → π + π − , and by using the well-known D ∗+ → D 0 π + massExpand
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