Cross sections for the reactions e+e- → KS0 KL0π0, KS0 KL0η, and KS0 KL0π0π0 from events with initial-state radiation

J. P. Lees, V. Poireau, V. Tisserand, E. Grauges, A. Palano, G. Eigen, D. N. Brown, Yu G. Kolomensky, J.M. Fritsch, H. Koch, T. Schroeder, C. Hearty, T. S. Mattison, J. A. McKenna, R. Y. So, V. E. Blinov, A. R. Buzykaev, V. P. Druzhinin, V. B. Golubev, E. A. KravchenkoA. P. Onuchin, S. I. Serednyakov, Yu I. Skovpen, E. P. Solodov, K. Yu Todyshev, A. J. Lankford, J. W. Gary, O. Long, A. M. Eisner, W. S. Lockman, W. Panduro Vazquez, D. S. Chao, C. H. Cheng, B. Echenard, K. T. Flood, D. G. Hitlin, J. Kim, T. S. Miyashita, P. Ongmongkolkul, F. C. Porter, M. Röhrken, Z. Huard, B. T. Meadows, B. G. Pushpawela, M. D. Sokoloff, L. Sun, J.G. Smith, S. R. Wagner, D. Bernard, G. Raven, (B a B ar Collaboration)

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Abstract

We study the processes e+e- → KS0 KL0π0γ,  KS0 KL0ηγ, and KS0 KL0π0π0γ, where the photon is radiated from the initial state, providing cross section measurements for the hadronic final states over a continuum of center-of-mass energies. The results are based on 469 fb-1 of data collected at or near the ϒ(4S) resonance with the BABAR detector at SLAC. We present the first measurements of the e+e- → KS0 KL0π0, KS0 KL0η, and KS0 KL0π0π0 cross sections up to a center-of-mass energy of 4 GeV and study their intermediate resonance structures. We observe J/ψ decays to all of these final states for the first time, present measurements of their J/ψ branching fractions, and search for ψ(2S) decays.

Original languageEnglish
Article number052001
JournalPhysical Review D
Volume95
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 6 Mar 2017

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