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The CP LEAR Project: PS195

  • Basle, CERN, CSN Saclay, DAP Athens, Democritus, ETH Zurich, Friburg, Liverpool, SIN, Stockholm, Thessaloniki Collaboration
  • P. J. Hayman
Part of the Ettore Majorana International Science Series book series (EMISS, volume 31)

Abstract

It has been proposed by Adieis et al to carry out tests of CP violation with K0 and K̄0 at LEAR by measuring interference effects and asymmetries of the different amplitudes in the 2π, 3π and semi-leptonic decay channels. These measurements will be possible when intense p̄ beams are available from late 1987 after construction of the p̄ accumulator (ACOL) at CERN. The symmetrical production of K0 and K̄0 in p̄p annihilation at rest was shown by Gabathuler and Pavlopoulos to have particular advantages in minimising systematic errors compared to other measurement techniques where KS and KL are used in investigating CP violation. Because of this new technique if there is new physics to be seen, the well controlled systematics of this experiment will enable it to be seen at the level of the anticipated statistical and systematic uncertainties.

Keywords

Decay Mode Drift Chamber Asymmetry Factor Streamer Tube Decay Vertex 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • Basle, CERN, CSN Saclay, DAP Athens, Democritus, ETH Zurich, Friburg, Liverpool, SIN, Stockholm, Thessaloniki Collaboration
  • P. J. Hayman
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PhysicsLiverpool UniversityUK

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