Search for the Exotic Meson X(5568) with the Collider Detector at Fermilab.

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  title={Search for the Exotic Meson X(5568) with the Collider Detector at Fermilab.},
  author={T. Aaltonen and Silvia Amerio and Dante Amidei and Anton Anastassov and Alberto Annovi and Jaroslav Anto{\vs} and Giorgio Apollinari and Jeffrey A. Appel and Tetsuo Arisawa and A Artikov and Jonathan Asaadi and W Ashmanskas and Benjamin Auerbach and Adam Aurisano and Farrukh Azfar and W. Badgett and Taegil Bae and Angela. Barbaro-Galtieri and V. E. Barnes and Bruce Arnold Barnett and P. Barria and Pavol Bartos and Matteo Bauce and F Bedeschi and Satyajit Behari and Giorgio Bellettini and James Nugent Bellinger and D. Benjamin and A. Beretvas and Anwar Ahmad Bhatti and Karen Renee Bland and Barry Blumenfeld and Andrea Bocci and A. Bodek and Daniela Bortoletto and Joseph Boudreau and Antonio Boveia and Luca Brigliadori and Carl Bromberg and Erik Jens Brucken and J. Budagov and H. S. Budd and Kevin Burkett and G. Busetto and Peter Bussey and Pierfrancesco Butti and A. Buzatu and Aristotle Calamba and Stefano Camarda and Mario Campanelli and Florencia Canelli and Benjamin P. Carls and Duncan Carlsmith and R. Carosi and S. Carrillo and Bruno Casal and Massimo Casarsa and Andrea Castro and Pierluigi Catastini and Diego Cauz and Viviana Cavaliere and Alessandro Cerri and Lucio Cerrito and Y. Chen and Maxwell Chertok and Giorgio Chiarelli and Gouram Chlachidze and K. Cho and Davit Chokheli and Allan G. Clark and C. K. Clarke and M. E. Convery and John Conway and Matteo Corbo and Marco Cordelli and C. A. Cox and D. J. Cox and Matteo Cremonesi and D. Cruz and Javier Cuevas and Ray Culbertson and Nicola D’ascenzo and Mousumi Datta and P. de Barbaro and L. Demortier and M. M. Deninno and Maria d'Errico and Francesco Devoto and A Di Canto and Benedetto Di Ruzza and Jay Dittmann and Simone L. Donati and Monica D'Onofrio and M. Dorigo and Anna Driutti and Kojiro Ebina and Ryan Christopher Edgar and A Elagin and Robin D. Erbacher and Steven Michael Errede and B Esham and Sinead Farrington and Juan Pablo Fern{\'a}ndez Ramos and R. C. Field and Gene Flanagan and Robert David Forrest and Melissa Franklin and John Christian Freeman and H J Frisch and Yoshihiro Funakoshi and Camilla Galloni and A. F. Garfinkel and Paola Garosi and Heather Gerberich and E. Gerchtein and Stefano Giagu and Viktoria Athina Giakoumopoulou and Karen Ruth Gibson and C. M. Ginsburg and Nikos D. Giokaris and Paolo Giromini and Vl. V. Glagolev and Douglas Andrew Glenzinski and Michael S. Gold and Daniel Goldin and Alexander Golossanov and G Gomez and Guillelmo Gomez-Ceballos and Maxim Goncharov and Oscar Gonzalez Lopez and Igor Vladimirovich Gorelov and Alfred Goshaw and Konstantin A. Goulianos and Elena Gramellini and Carla Grosso-Pilcher and J. Barreiro Guimar{\~a}es da Costa and Steve R. Hahn and J. Han and Fabio Happacher and Kazuhiko Hara and M. Hare and R. Harr and Timothy M. Harrington-Taber and Kenichi Hatakeyama and Chris Hays and Jochen Jens Heinrich and Matthew Herndon and Andy Hocker and Z Hong and Walter Hopkins and S. Hou and Rebecca E. Hughes and Ulrich Husemann and Mahmoud I. Hussein and Joey Huston and Gianluca Introzzi and M. Iori and Andrew Ivanov and Eric B. James and Dong Wook Jang and Bo Jayatilaka and E. J. Jeon and Sergo Jindariani and M Jones and Kyung Kwang Joo and S. Y. Jun and Thomas Junk and Manuel Kambeitz and Teruki Kamon and Paul Edmund Karchin and Azeddine Kasmi and Yukihiro Kato and Wesley Ketchum and Justin Keung and Benjamin Kilminster and D. H. Kim and H. S. Kim and J. E. Kim and M. J. Kim and S. H. Kim and S. B. Kim and Y. J. Kim and Y. K. Kim and Naoki Kimura and M. Kirby and Kunitaka Kondo and Dae Jung Kong and Jacobo Konigsberg and Ashutosh Kotwal and Michal Kreps and Joe Kroll and Mark Kruse and Thomas Kuhr and Masakazu Kurata and Alvin Toivo Laasanen and Stephan Lammel and Mark Lancaster and Kevin Lannon and Giuseppe Latino and H. S. Lee and J. S. H. Lee and Stefano De Leo and Sandra Leone and J. D. Lewis and Antonio Limosani and Elliot Lipeles and Alison Lister and Q. 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  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={120 20},
  pages={
          202006
        }
}
A search for the exotic meson X(5568) decaying into the B_{s}^{0}π^{±} final state is performed using data corresponding to 9.6  fb^{-1} from pp[over ¯] collisions at sqrt[s]=1960  GeV recorded by the Collider Detector at Fermilab. No evidence for this state is found and an upper limit of 6.7% at the 95% confidence level is set on the fraction of B_{s}^{0} produced through the X(5568)→B_{s}^{0}π^{±} process. 

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