Ds+ decays to + and +

J. Alexander, C. Bebek, K. Berkelman, D. Besson, T. E. Browder, D. G. Cassel, E. Cheu, D. M. Coffman, P. S. Drell, R. Ehrlich, R. S. Galik, M. Garcia-Sciveres, B. Geiser, B. Gittelman, S. W. Gray, D. L. Hartill, B. K. Heltsley, K. Honscheid, J. Kandaswamy, N. KatayamaP. C. Kim, D. L. Kreinick, J. D. Lewis, G. S. Ludwig, J. Masui, J. Mevissen, N. B. Mistry, S. Nandi, C. R. Ng, E. Nordberg, C. Grady, J. R. Patterson, D. Peterson, M. Pisharody, D. Riley, M. Sapper, M. Selen, H. Worden, M. Worris, P. Avery, A. Freyberger, J. Rodriguez, J. Yelton, S. Henderson, K. Kinoshita, F. Pipkin, M. Saulnier, R. Wilson, J. Wolinski, D. Xiao

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Abstract

Using the CLEO II detector, we have accurately measured Ds decay branching ratios relative to the mode for the and states, for which there are conflicting claims; our results are 0.540.090.06 and 1.200.150.11, respectively.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1275-1278
Number of pages4
JournalPhysical review letters
Volume68
Issue number9
DOIs
StatePublished - 1992

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