Using modularized NaI(Tl) detectors, we carried out a high statistics measurement of inclusive γ-ray, π0, and η spectra, and determined the branching ratios or upper limits of Pontecorvo reactions p¯d→π0n, π0Δ0, ηn, and ηΔ0 from the corresponding monochromatic peaks in them. The obtained branching ratios are B(p¯d→π0n)=(1.03±0.41)×10−5, B(p¯d→π0Δ0)=(4.67±1.66)×10−5, B(p¯d→ηn)<8.94×10−6 (95% C.L.), and B(p¯d→ηΔ0)<6.49×10−5 (95% C.L.).
We have carried out high-statistics measurements of inclusive π0 and γ-ray spectra from p¯p annihilation at rest. From the monochromatic peaks in the π0 spectra, we derive the yield (or its upper limit) of the reaction p¯p→π0M for M=φ, η’, ω, ρ0, η, and π0. The same quantity was independently obtained from the γ-ray spectra, which included some π0’s that were mistaken as single γ rays due to the limited granularity of the γ detector. Taking the monochromatic peaks in the γ-ray spectra as being due to prompt γ rays, we also derive the upper limit for p¯p→γM.
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