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TitleReview of Heavy Lepton Production in e{sup +}e{sup -} Annihilation
Author(s)Perl, M. L.
Publication DateOctober 1977
Report NumberSLAC-PUB-2022
Unique IdentifierACC0132
Other NumbersCONF-770883-3; OSTI ID: 5162502
Research OrgStanford Linear Accelerator Center, Calif. (USA)
Contract NoEY-76-S-03-0326
Sponsoring OrgUS Department of Energy (US DOE)
Other InformationSymposium on Lepton and Photon Interactions at High Energies; 25 Aug 1977; Hamburg, F.R. Germany
Subject645102 -- High Energy Physics -- Particle Interactions & Properties-Experimental -- Weak Interactions & Properties ; 645101 -- High Energy Physics -- Particle Interactions & Properties-Experimental -- Electromagnetic Interactions & Properties; Electron-positron Interactions -- Annihilation; Electron-positron Interactions -- Inclusive Interactions; Heavy Leptons -- Electroproduction; Tau Particle -- Decay; Tau Particle -- Mass; Electrons; Muons Minus; Muons Plus; Neutrinos; Positrons; Reviews; Tau Neutrino
KeywordsAntileptons; Antimatter; Antiparticles; Basic Interactions; Document Types; Electromagnetic Interactions; Elementary Particles; Fermions; Heavy Leptons; Interactions; Lepton-lepton Interactions; Leptons; Massless Particles; Muons; Neutrinos; Particle Interactions; Particle Production; Postulated Particles
Related Web PagesMartin Perl and the Tau Lepton
AbstractThe existing data on e{sup +-}..mu..{sup -+}, e{sup +-}x{sup -+}, ..mu..{sup +-}x{sup -+}, and related events produced in e{sup +}e{sup -} annihilation are reviewed. All data are consistent with the existence of a new charged lepton, tau{sup +-}, of mass 1.9 +- .1 GeV/c{sup 2}.
843 K
22 pp.
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