The Hadron Mass Spectrum - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483228976, 9781483278025

The Hadron Mass Spectrum

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Rheinfels Workshop on the Hadron Mass Spectrum, St. Goar, Germany September 3-6 1990

Editors: E. Klempt K. Peters
eBook ISBN: 9781483278025
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st January 1991
Page Count: 456
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Description

The Hadron Mass Spectrum covers the proceedings of the Rheinfels Workshop on the Hadron Mass Spectrum, held in St. Goar, Germany on September 3-6, 1990. The book focuses on the processes, methodologies, and reactions involved in hadron spectroscopy.
The selection first offers information on strange meson and strangeonium spectroscopy and strangeonium production from LASS. The book also takes a look at the status of strange meson spectroscopy, including status of the spectroscopy, systematics of the level structure, and contributions from LASS.
The publication examines the scalar meson enigma and two photon couplings of scalar and tensor mesons. The manuscript also touches on rhoprimes, omegaprimes, and glueballs; meson production mechanisms and selection criteria for cryptoexotic states; and light meson spectroscopy and threshold effects. The selection is a dependable reference for readers interested in hadron mass spectrum.

Table of Contents


Foreword

Committees

Opening Address

Part 1. Strange Mesons and Strangeonia

Strange Meson and Strangeonium Spectroscopy: Introduction

Strangeonium Production from Lass

Preliminary Partial-Wave Analysis of the Κ+Κ0sπ- System Produced in 8Gev/c K-p Interactions

The Status of Strange Meson Spectroscopy

Interpretation of the qq Level Structure in the Strange Meson Sector

Part 2. The Scalar and Tensor Mesons

The Scalar Meson Enigma

Scalar Mesons as qq Systems with Meson-Meson Admixtures

Study of the Centrally Produced ππ and KK Systems

A Study of the A0(980) Meson in Radiative J/Ψ Decays

Two Photon Couplings of Scalar and Tensor Mesons

Two Photon Production of Jpc=1++ Resonances

Amplitude Analysis of the KK System in J/Ψ Radiative Decay

Tensor Mesons in pp-Annihilations at Lear

p°p° and a2(1320) Production in χχ Collisions at Argus

The Axial Vector Resonances, A1 and H1 , in the π-p Charge Exchange Reaction

Part 3. Radial Excitations of Vectors and Pseudoscalars

Evidence for Pi(1270) Production in the Reaction K-p→π+π-Λ

e+e- Annihilation into Multihadrons in the 1350-2400 meV Energy Range

Rhoprimes, Omegaprimes and Glueballs

Two-Photon Production of nππ Final States

Study of the Radiative Decay J/Ψ→ynπ+π-

0-+ and 1++ States from J/Ψ Radiative Decays

Partial Wave Analysis of ΚKπ from pp→Κ+Κ0π-Χ at 8GeV/c

Study of K°K° Production in Radiative J/Ψ Decays

Part 4. Exotic States

GAMS Results

Search for Exotic States, BNL Experiments E818 and E852

Study on the wπ° and nπ- Systems in the π-p Reaction at KEK

Search for the U(3.1)→Λpπ's from pp Interactions at 8GeV/c

On Some Meson Production Mechanisms and Selection Criteria for Cryptoexotic States

Evidence for the U(3100) and Related States

Part 5. Conventional Meson Resonances, Glueballs, Hybrids and Multiquark States: Theory

Exotic Mesons 1990

Light Meson Spectroscopy and Threshold Effects

A Model for Pseudoscalar-Pseudoscalar Scattering and Production

Part 6. Baryons, Dibaryons and Massive Hadrons

Charmed Baryons

Light Quark Baryons

The H Dibaryon in Experimental Physics

Tetraquarks, Pentaquarks and Hexaquarks

Some Comments on the Possibilities for Searches for the Pentaquark

Search for Pentaquarks in High Energy π Nucleus Interactions

Search for the "Pentaquark" P in the Hyperon Beam Experiment at CERN

Part 7. Physics with New Facilities

Wide and Narrow Resonances at Future Electron Positron Colliders

Few Body Physics at New Proton Cooler Rings

Hadron Physics at the New CW Electron Accelerators

Hadron Spectroscopy at RHIC and KAON

Experiments on Hadron Spectroscopy on UNK Hyperon Beam

Part 8. Hadrons in QCD

QCD Generates the p-Resonance

Hadron Masses in Lattice QCD

The Diquark Model Analysis for the Mass Spectrum of the Multiquark System qkqh

Part 9. Non-Leptonïc Decays, Meson Spectroscopy and Spectroscopy of Heavy Flavors

On Strong Physics in Weak Decays

Nonleptonic Weak Decays, Flavor Oscillations, and Diquarks

Final State Interactions and Resonances in Charm Decays

The Helicity Matching Approach to Heavy Hadron Form Factors

Recent Results on Charm Spectroscopy

Semileptonic Decays of Heavy Mesons

Exclusive Hadronic Decays of B Mesons

Charmonium Spectroscopy from p-p Annihilations

Part 10. Panel Discussion and Conference Summary

Panel Discussion on Open Questions in Light Meson Spectroscopy

Conference Summary - Hadron 90

Andrei Sakharov - Pioneer of Hadron Spectroscopy - A Challenge for QCD

List of Participants

Author Index

General Information

Details

No. of pages:
456
Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1991
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9781483278025

About the Editor

E. Klempt

K. Peters

Affiliations and Expertise

US Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California, USA