AIP Conference Proceedings 2130, p.040015_1 - 040015_8, 2019/07
AIP Conference Proceedings 2130, p.040019_1 - 040019_6, 2019/07
Evidence for a narrow resonance at a mass of about 1665 MeV (just above the combined mass of the ground state plus the meson) has been seen in the mass of the Dalitz plot for decay at the Belle experiment. Additional evidence for this resonance is found in the partial-wave analysis (PWA) of data on reactions done independently by several groups, driven by angular distributions of the reaction by the Crystal Ball collaboration. If a narrow resonance exists at this mass, then the conventional quark model cannot explain it, and a possible explanation is that it is a crypto-exotic baryon with a dominant meson-baryon component to its wave function. Therefore we have proposed a definitive experiment for , using the newly built hypTPC detector to establish the existence of the proposed narrow and determine its spin and parity in just two weeks of beamtime at J-PARC (E72). We will discuss these evidences for the proposed resonance and introduce the E72 experiment.
AIP Conference Proceedings 2130, p.040020_1 - 040020_6, 2019/07
The Belle II experiment, now operating at the KEK laboratory in Japan, is a substantial upgrade of both the Belle detector and the KEKB accelerator. It aims to collect 50 times more data than existing B-Factory samples. Belle II is uniquely capable to study the so-called "XYZ" particles: heavy exotic hadrons consisting of more than three quarks. First discovered by Belle, these now number in the dozens, and represent the emergence of a new category within quantum chromodynamics. This talk will present the capabilities of Belle II to explore both exotic and conventional quarkonium physics.
小池 武志*; 長谷川 勝一; 早川 修平*; 細見 健二; 市川 裕大; 今井 憲一; 佐甲 博之; 佐藤 進; 杉村 仁志; 田村 裕和; et al.
AIP Conference Proceedings 2130, p.020011_1 - 020011_9, 2019/07
Experimental results from the J-PARC E13 experiments are summarized. A new experimental set up of E13 has established a platform for the future -ray hypernuclear spectroscopy at J-PARC using kaon beams. New rays are identified in He and F. The energy of 1.406 MeV for the He transition confirmed a sizable effect of Charge Symmetry Breaking (CSB) in interaction in the hypernuclear system. The identification of four rays in F is made for the first time in shell hypernuclei. Especially, energy spacing of the ground state doublet is found to be 315.5 keV. A good agreement with two theoretical calculations suggests that the theoretical formalism used in shell hypernuclei is also applicable to heavier hypernuclei. Lastly, an overview of the future J-PARC E63 experiment is given.
永江 知文*; 江川 弘行; 長谷川 勝一; 早川 修平; 細見 健二; 市川 裕大; 今井 憲一; 金原 慎二; 七村 拓野*; 成木 恵; et al.
AIP Conference Proceedings 2130, p.020015_1 - 020015_9, 2019/07
For the full understanding of baryon-baryon interactions in flavor , the interaction is the last missing piece of information. So far, we have revealed the interaction to be attractive ( MeV), and interaction to be repulsive in the medium to heavy mass-number region. The bonding energy is weakly attractive. While we have a few experimental observations suggesting the interaction would be attractive, there still exist large theoretical ambiguities weather it is attractive or not. Experimental determinations on the existence of bound states of hypernuclei by observing bound-state peaks are strongly awaited. In this report, a new preliminary result on the missing-mass spectrum of a C reaction, which strongly suggests the existence of -hypernuclear bound states, is presented.
浅野 秀光*; 橋本 直; 谷田 聖; 他72名*
AIP Conference Proceedings 2130, p.040018_1 - 040018_6, 2019/07
The structure of the hyperon is an important and long-standing issue related to the -nucleus interaction. The J-PARC E31 experiment has been performed to investigate the spectrum shape. Because it is hard to form the directly by a scattering in free space, E31 uses the reaction with an incident kaon momentum of 1 GeV/. We will identify three final states - , , so that the isospin structure of hyperon resonance states produced can be decomposed. The first physics run of the E31 experiment was performed in 2016. To enhance the statistics of the data set, we have performed the second physics run in the beginning of 2018. During the second run of E31, around kaons impacted on the deuteron target.