A note on possible interpretations for the D + SJ ( 2632 ) observed by SELEX

@inproceedings{Chao2004ANO,
  title={A note on possible interpretations for the D + SJ ( 2632 ) observed by SELEX},
  author={K. T. Chao},
  year={2004}
}
We suggest some possible interpretations for the D SJ (2632) observed by SELEX. The D SJ (2632) could be the first radial excitation of the 1 ground state Ds (2112), and its unusual decay patten might be hopefully explained by the node structure of the wave functions. In addition, the D SJ (2632) could also be a cs̄g hybrid state or a (cs)3∗ − (s̄s̄)3 (diquark-antidiquark) bound state. Very recently the SELEX Collaboration has reported the first observation of a charmstrange meson D SJ (2632… CONTINUE READING
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