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Observation of $$e^+e^-topi^+pi^-pi^0chi_{b1,2}(1P)$$ and search for $$e^+e^-tophichi_{b1,2}(1P)$$ at $$sqrt{s}$$ = 10.96 - 11.05 GeV

$$sqrt{s}$$=10.96 - 11.05GeVでの$$e^+e^- to pi^+ pi^- pi^0chi_{b1,2}(1P)$$の発見と$$e^+e^- to phi chi_{b1,2}(1P)$$の探索

Yin, J. H.*; 谷田 聖; Belle Collaboration*; 他189名*

Yin, J. H.*; Tanida, Kiyoshi; Belle Collaboration*; 189 of others*

We report searches for the processes $$e^+e^-topi^+pi^-pi^0chi_{bJ}$$ and $$e^+e^-tophichi_{bJ}$$ (J=1,2) in the vicinity of the $$Upsilon(11020)$$ resonance using energy scan data collected by the Belle experiment at the KEKB collider. We observe $$e^+e^-to pi^+pi^-pi^0chi_{b1}$$ and find evidence for $$e^+e^-to omegachi_{b2}$$ processes for data with center-of-mass energies from 10.96 to 11.05~GeV for the first time. The statistical significance for $$pi^+pi^-pi^0chi_{b1}$$ and $$omegachi_{b2}$$ are $$6.1sigma$$ and $$4.0sigma$$, respectively. We investigate energy dependence of the $$e^+e^-topi^+pi^-pi^0chi_{bJ}$$ cross section and find that it is consistent with production of $$Upsilon(10860)$$ and $$Upsilon(11020)$$ resonances without significant non-resonant contribution. Assuming $$e^+e^-to pi^+pi^-pi^0chi_{bJ}$$ proceeds via $$Upsilon(10860)$$ and $$Upsilon(11020)$$, the branching fraction $$mathcal{B}(Upsilon(11020)topi^+pi^-pi^0chi_{bJ})=(8.6pm4.1pm6.1^{+4.5}_{-2.5})times10^{-3}$$ is measured for the first time, where the first error is statistical, the second is systematic, and the third from the branching fraction of $$Upsilon(11020)to e^+e^-$$. The signals for $$e^+e^-to phichi_{bJ}$$ are not significant, and the upper limits of the Born cross sections at the 90% confidence level are $$0.6$$ and $$1.0$$~pb for $$e^+e^-to phichi_{b1}$$ and $$phichi_{b2}$$, respectively, for center-of-mass energies from 10.96 to 11.05 GeV.

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