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Open charm Spectroscopy and exotic states at LHCb  [PDF]
Antimo Palano
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: We present a summary of new experimental results on the status of the charm spectroscopy using inclusive approaches and Dalitz plot analyses of $B$ and $B_s$ decays. We also report on a new determination of the $X(3872)$ quantum numbers.
Exotic charmonium-like spectroscopy at LHCb: a study of the X(3872) and of the Z(4430)^-  [PDF]
Monica Pepe Altarelli
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: I will report on the recent LHCb results on the evidence for the decay $X(3872)\rightarrow\psi(2S) \gamma$, and on the improved measurement of the mass and width of the $Z(4430)^-$, the determination of its quantum numbers and the observation of its resonant character.
Heavy Quarkonia Spectroscopy  [PDF]
Zaza Metreveli
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: Recent experimental results on heavy quarkonia spectroscopy and decays are reviewed. In particular, new results are discussed on charmonium spin singlet states, bottomonium D-states, photon and hadronic transitions from heavy quarkonium states, and the unexplained narrow X(3872) state.
Open charm spectroscopy at LHCb  [PDF]
Mark Whitehead
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: Recent charm spectroscopy results from Dalitz plot analyses of $B$ decays to open charm final states at LHCb are presented. The decay modes used are $B^{+} \to D^{-} K^{+} \pi^{+}$, $B^{0} \to \overline{D}{}^{0} \pi^{+} \pi^{-}$ and $B^{0} \to \overline{D}{}^{0} K^{+} \pi^{-}$.
b and c hadron spectroscopy at LHCb  [PDF]
Ivan Polyakov,for the LHCb collaboration
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: Recent results in the field of b and c hadron spectroscopy at the LHCb experiment are presented. The analyses use the data collected with the LHCb detector in proton-proton collisions corresponding to an integrated luminosity up to 3.0 fb-1.
Heavy Quarkonia Spectroscopy and Decays  [PDF]
Hanna Mahlke
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: The experimental status of stable bound states made out of heavy quarks is reviewed. The need for a way to deal with the non-perturbative transitions involved calls for precision measurements on one hand, and for discovery of as yet undetected states to confirm predictions on the other. In this article, recent experimental contributions to heavy quarkonia spectroscopy and decay will be reviewed, mostly from data analyzed by the BES and CLEO collaborations. The most dramatic recent discoveries include the detection of the first stable L=2 state, and a first non-pionic hadronic transition in the Upsilon system, and a first measurement of chi_cJ --> Lambda Lambdabar. Scans of the psi' and Upsilon(1,2,3S) resonances are used to add information on partial and total decay widths.
Heavy flavour production and spectroscopy at LHCb*  [cached]
Milanés Diego
EPJ Web of Conferences , 2012, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20122804010
Abstract: We summarize the main measurements performed with the LHCb detector on production and spectroscopy in the heavy flavour sector, using data samples recorded during 2010 and 2011 data taking in protonproton collisions at √s = 7 TeV.
Exotic Quarkonia from Lattice QCD  [PDF]
T. Manke
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: We present non-perturbative results for the spectrum of heavy quarkonia. Using an anisotropic formulation of Lattice QCD we achieved an unprecedented control over statistical and systematic errors. We also study relativistic corrections to the leading order predictions for heavy hybrids and conventional bound states.
Central Diffraction at the LHCb  [PDF]
Jerry W. Lamsa,Risto Orava
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1088/1748-0221/4/11/P11019
Abstract: The LHCb experiment is shown to be ideal for studies of exclusive final states from central diffractive reactions. The gluon-rich environment of the central system allows detailed QCD studies and searches for exotic meson states, such as glueballs, molecules, hybrids and new charmonium-like states. It would also provide a good testing ground for detailed studies of heavy quarkonia. Due to its distinct design features, the LHCb can accurately measure the low-mass central systems with good purity. The efficiency of the FSC system for detecting rapidity gaps is shown to be adequate for the proposed studies. With this detector arrangement, valuable new data can be obtained by tagging central diffractive processes.
Exotic Quarkonia from Anisotropic Lattices  [PDF]
T. Manke
Physics , 1999, DOI: 10.1016/S0920-5632(00)00593-4
Abstract: We study in detail the spectrum of heavy quarkonia with different orbital angular momentum along with their radial and gluonic excitations. Using an anisotropic formulation of Lattice QCD we achieved an unprecedented control over statistical errors and were able to study systematic errors such as lattice spacing artefacts, finite volume effects and relativistic corrections. First results on the spin structure in heavy hybrids are also presented.
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