Complementary studies on N* from e+e, pp and pp collisions

  • Complementary to the conventional experimental studies on N* from πN and γ(*)N reactions, the e+e, pp and pp collisions can give novel insights into these N* resonances. While the e+e collisions through production and decay of vector charmonium ψ provide a nice isospin filter for a simultaneously study of N*, Δ*, Λ*, Σ* and Ξ*, the pp collisions should be the best place for producing those Δ*++ with large coupling to ρ+p though pp→nΔ*++ reaction, and the pp collisions should be the best place for looking for those N* with large coupling to σN.

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ZOU Bing-Song. Complementary studies on N* from e+e, pp and pp collisions[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2009, 33(12): 1113-1119. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/33/12/011
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Complementary to the conventional experimental studies on N* from πN and γ(*)N reactions, the e+e, pp and pp collisions can give novel insights into these N* resonances. While the e+e collisions through production and decay of vector charmonium ψ provide a nice isospin filter for a simultaneously study of N*, Δ*, Λ*, Σ* and Ξ*, the pp collisions should be the best place for producing those Δ*++ with large coupling to ρ+p though pp→nΔ*++ reaction, and the pp collisions should be the best place for looking for those N* with large coupling to σN.

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