Minimum Bias E(C=ZDC) spectrum. Data extracted from fig with g3data, statistical errors not included and are set to 0, the systematic errors given by g3data due to extraction.
Number of participants as a function of E(C=ZDC) Data exctracted from fig with g3data, the systematic errors given by g3data due to extraction, and those marked (stat) are in this case the r.m.s. of the Npart distribution at fixed E(C=ZDC).;.
SIG(J/PSI)/SIG(DY) as a function of E(C=ZDC) with the standard analyses of the 1996 DATA 1996, standard analyses.
Photoproduction at HERA is studied in $ep$ collisions, with the ZEUS detector, for $\gamma p$ centre-of-mass energies ranging from 130-270 GeV. A sample of events with two high-$p_T$ jets ($p_T > 6$ GeV, $\eta <1.6$) and a third cluster in the approximate direction of the electron beam is isolated using a clustering algorithm. These events are mostly due to resolved photoproduction. The third cluster is identified as the photon remnant. Its properties, such as the transverse and longitudinal energy flows around the axis of the cluster, are consistent with those commonly attributed to jets, and in particular with those found for the two jets in these events. The mean value of the photon remnant $p_T$ with respect to the beam axis is measured to be $2.1 \pm 0.2$ GeV, which demonstrates substantial mean transverse momenta for the photon remnant.
Pseudorapidity distribution of the third cluster corrected to the hadron level.
Corrected PT distribution of the third cluster corrected to the hadron level.
Corrected Energy distribution of the third cluster corrected to the hadron level.
Measured 2 jet production rate as a function of EPSILON, the minimum energy of a jet for a fixed cone radius R = 0.7 radians.
Measured 2 jet production rate as a function of R, the jet cone radius, for a fixed value of the minimum jet energy, EPSILON, of 7 GeV.
Measured 3 jet production rate as a function of EPSILON, the minimum energy of a jet for a fixed cone radius R = 0.7 radians.
The Crystal Ball Collaboration has measured the energy spectrum of electrons from semileptonicB meson decays at thee+e− storage ring DORIS II. Branching ratios and weak mixing angles of the Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix are determined using several models for the hadronic matrix elements. We obtain the branching ratio for semileptonic.B decays to charmed states BR(B→evXc)=(11.7±0.4±1.0)%. Our result for the corresponding Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix element is |Vcb|=0.052±0.006. The model dependence of both results is included in the error. We have not observed semileptonicB decays to non-charmed mesons. Analyzing the measured electron spectrum above 2.4 GeV, where nob→c decays contribute, we find BR(B→evXu)/BR(B→evXc)<6.5% at the 90% confidence level. This corresponds to an upper limit |Vub/Vcb|<0.21.
The errors quoted are statistical only.
A search for supersymmetric electron production via the reaction e+e−→e±γ̃ẽ∓ followed by the decay ẽ∓→e∓γ̃ has been performed with the MAC detector at the electron-positron storage ring PEP. No candidates were found in a sample corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 36.4 pb−1. For a massless γ̃ this corresponds to a lower limit on the ẽ mass of 22.4 GeV/c2 at the 95% confidence level.
CROSS SECTIONS IN THE PHI MESON PEAK (CORRECTED FOR RADIATIVE EFFECTS).
SAME AS FIG 2A, BUT KINEMATICAL RECONSTRUCTION ARE APPLIED. I.E. THE ENERGY- MOMENTUM CONSERVATIONS ARE USED TO IMPROVE THE ACCURACY OF PARTICLE ENERGIES AND ANGLES MEASURED IN DETECTOR.