forgot password?
register here
Research articles
  search articles
  reviews guidelines
  articles index
My Pages
my alerts
  my messages
  my reviews
  my favorites
Members: 3158
Articles: 2'155'116
Articles rated: 2589

19 January 2022
  » pubmed » pmid11800936

 Article overview

Properties of the Lambda(1670)(1-)/2 resonance
D M Manley ; V V Abaev ; C E Allgower ; V Bekrenev ; W J Briscoe ; M Clajus ; J R Comfort ; K Craig ; D Grosnick ; D Isenhower ; N Knecht ; D D Koetke ; A A Kulbardis ; N G Kozlenko ; S Kruglov ; G Lolos ; I V Lopatin ; R Manweiler ; A Marusić ; S McDonald ; B M K Nefkens ; J Olmsted ; Z Papandreou ; D C Peaslee ; N Phaisangittisakul ; S Prakhov ; J W Price ; A F Ramirez ; M Sadler ; A Shafi ; H Spinka ; T D S Stanislaus ; A Starostin ; H M Staudenmaier ; I I Strakovsky ; I Supek ; W B Tippens ; ;
Date 7 Jan 2002
Journal Phys Rev Lett, 88 (1), 012002
AbstractRecently the Crystal Ball Collaboration measured precise new data for the near-threshold reaction K(-)p-->etaLambda, which is dominated by formation of the Lambda(1670)1 / 2(-). In this Letter, we present results of a unitary, multichannel analysis that incorporates the new Crystal Ball data. For our preferred fit, we obtain mass M = 1673+/-2 MeV, width Gamma = 23+/-6 MeV, and elasticity x = 0.37+/-0.07. This elasticity is significantly larger than previously recognized. Resonance parameters of our preferred fit are in striking agreement with the quark-model predictions of Koniuk and Isgur.
Source PubMed, pmid11800936
Services Forum | Review | Favorites   
Visitor rating: did you like this article? no 1   2   3   4   5   yes

No review found.
 Did you like this article?

This article or document is ...
of broad interest:
Global appreciation:

  Note: answers to reviews or questions about the article must be posted in the forum section.
Authors are not allowed to review their own article. They can use the forum section.

browser CCBot/2.0 (
» my Online CV
» Free

News, job offers and information for researchers and scientists:
home  |  contact  |  terms of use  |  sitemap
Copyright © 2005-2022 - Scimetrica