Heavy Flavours - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483229058, 9781483257136

Heavy Flavours

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Third Topical Seminar on Heavy Flavours

Editors: F. Grancagnolo F.-L. Navarria
eBook ISBN: 9781483257136
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st January 1992
Page Count: 411
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Heavy Flavors covers the proceedings of the Third Topical Seminar on Heavy Flavors, held in San Miniato, Italy on June 17-21, 1991. The book focuses on the reactions, properties, characteristics, and transformations of heavy flavors.
The publication first offers information on flavor factories and monochromatization as the way to maximum luminosity B-factories, as well as design strategies and parameters, requirements, luminosity limitations, and B-factory with monochromatization and vertical separation. The book then ponders on theoretical results in heavy quark hadroproduction; heavy flavor production at high energies; and leptonic decay constants of heavy mesons.
The book examines heavy baryon transitions and the heavy quark effective theory; non universality of nucleon sea distributions probed by neutrinos and muons; and heavy flavor physics at hadron colliders. The publication is a dependable reference for readers interested in the study of heavy flavors.

Table of Contents

Preface Committees and Sponsors Part 1. Flavor Factories Φ-Factories Monochromatization as the Way to Maximum Luminosity B-Factories Part 2. Theoretical Review New Theoretical Results in Heavy Quark Hadroproduction Heavy Flavor Production at High Energies Leptonic Decay Constants of Heavy Mesons B-Meson Semileptonic Exclusive Decays CP Violation in the Minimal Standard Model: K and B-Meson Decays Heavy Baryon Transitions and the Heavy Quark Effective Theory Non Universality of Nucleon Sea Distributions Probed by Neutrinos and Muons Part 3. Experimental Results at E+E- Collisions Rare B, D-Meson Decays From Crystal Ball Measurement of the Leptonic Width and the Muon-Pair Branching Ratio of the ϒ(1s) with the MD 1 Detector Recent Heavy Flavor Results From CLEO II Recent ARGUS Results on Т/Charm Physics Part 4. Experimental Results at LEP Measurements of Z0→ Heavy Flavors at LEP Inclusive J/Ψ and D Production in Hadronic Z0 Decays With the OPAL Detector Heavy Flavor Mixing and Asymmetries at LEP Tau Polarization Measurement in ALEPH Measurements of the Semileptonic Branching Ratio Br(B-> ℓνy), the Lifetime of Bhadrons and a Determination of |Vcb| The Lifetimes of B States in Z Decays The Semileptonic Decay Rates and Fragmentation Parameters of B and C States D and D Production and Charm Fragmentation Measurement of B0-B0 Mixing in OPAL Search For the Standard Model Higgs Boson Decays Into Bb Pairs at L3 Part 5. Experimental Results at Colliders and Fixed Target Heavy Flavor Physics at Hadron Colliders Beauty Pairs and Charm Semileptonic Decays From Fermilab E653 Heavy Flavor Photoproduction Results From E687 Results On Charm Physics from WA82 Feynman-X Dependence of D± Production in Π- -Nucleon Interactions Experimental Results On Charmonium From E760 (FNAL) Recent Heavy Flavor Physic


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