K+ nucleon scattering and exotic S=+1 Baryons

@inproceedings{Arndt2003KNS,
  title={K+ nucleon scattering and exotic S=+1 Baryons},
  author={R. Arndt and I. Strakovsky and R. Workman},
  year={2003}
}
K-nucleon scattering and exotic S=+1 Baryons R. A. Arndt arndt@reo.ntelos.net I. I. Strakovsky igor@gwu.edu R. L. Workman rworkman@gwu.edu Center for Nuclear Studies, Department of Physics, abstract The K-nucleon elastic scattering process has been reexamined in light of recent measurements which have found a narrow exotic S=+1 resonance in their KN invariant mass distributions. We have analyzed the existing database in order to consider the effect of a narrow state on fits to K-nucleon… Expand
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