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TitleHadron and Photon Production of J Particles and the Origin of J Particles
Author(s)Ting, S. C. C.
Publication Date1975
Report NumberCOO--3069-327
Unique IdentifierACC0378
Other NumbersCONF-750654--1; OSP--73622; OSTI ID: 4164286
Research OrgMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge (USA)
Other InformationInternational Conference on High Energy Particle Physics, Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 23 Jun 1975
SubjectN64110 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Interactions & Properties (Experimental) -- Electromagnetic; N64130 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Interactions & Properties (Experimental) -- Strong (Baryon-induced); N64140 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Interactions & Properties (Experimental) -- Strong (Meson-induced); N64210 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Interactions & Properties (Theoretical) -- General; Hadron-Hadron Interactions -- Cross Sections; Photon-Nucleon Interactions -- Cross Sections; PSI-3105 Resonances -- Photoproduction; PSI-3695 Resonances -- Photoproduction; GeV Range 01-10; GeV Range 10-100
Related Web PagesSamuel C.C. Ting, the J/psi Particle
AbstractThere have been many theoretical speculations on the existence of long lived neutral particles with a mass larger than 10 GeV/c{sup 2} which play the role of weak interactions that photons play in electromagnetic interactions. There is, however, no theoretical justification, and no predictions exist, for long lived particles in the mass region 1-10 GeV/{up 2}. Even though there is no strong theoretical justification for the existence of long lived particles at low masses, there is no experimental indication that they should not exist. Until last year no high sensitivity experiment had been done in this mass region.
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