Measurement of the branching ratios of D+ and Ds+ hadronic decays to four-body final states containing a KS

J. M. Link, M. Reves, P. M. Yager, J. C. Anjos, I. Bediaga, C. Göbel, J. Magnin, A. Massafferi, J. M. De Miranda, I. M. Pepe, A. C. Dos Reis, F. R.A. Simão, S. Carrillo, E. Casimiro, A. Sánchez-Hernández, C. Uribe, F. Vázquez, L. Cinquini, J. P. Cumalat, R. O'ReillyJ. E. Ramirez, E. W. Vaandering, J. N. Butler, H. W.K. Cheung, I. Gaines, P. H. Garbincius, L. A. Garren, E. Gottschalk, P. H. Kasper, A. E. Kreymer, R. Kutschke, S. Bianco, F. L. Fabbri, S. Sarwar, A. Zallo, C. Cawlfield, D. Y. Kim, A. Rahimi, J. Wiss, R. Gardner, Y. S. Chung, J. S. Kang, B. R. Ko, J. W. Kwak, K. B. Lee, H. Park, G. Alimonti, M. Boschini, B. Caccianiga, P. D'Angelo, M. DiCorato, P. Dini, M. Giammarchi, P. Inzani, F. Leveraro, S. Malvezzi, D. Menasce, M. Mezzadri, L. Milazzo, L. Moroni, D. Pedrini, C. Pontoglio, F. Prelz, M. Rovere, A. Sala, S. Sala, T. F. Davenport, L. Agostino, V. Arena, G. Boca, G. Bonomi, G. Gianini, G. Liguori, M. Merlo, D. Pantea, S. P. Ratti, C. Riccardi, I. Segoni, L. Viola, R. Vitulo, H. Hernandez, A. M. Lopez, H. Mendez, L. Mendez, A. Mirles, E. Montiel, D. Olaya, A. Paris, J. Quinones, C. Rivera, W. Xiong, Y. Zhang, J. R. Wilson, K. Cho, T. Handler, D. Engh, M. Hosack, W. E. Johns, M. Nehring, P. D. Sheldon, K. Stenson, M. Webster, M. Sheaff

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The previous measurements of the D+ → KSK- π+π+ branching ratio were improved. In addition, first observation was made of the D+(Ds+ → KSK+π+π-) and D+ → KSK+K-π+ decay processes was made using a high statistics sample of photoproduced charged particles from the FOCUS experiment at Fermilab.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number162001
Pages (from-to)162001/1-162001/4
JournalPhysical review letters
Issue number16
StatePublished - Oct 15 2001

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  • General Physics and Astronomy


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