Decay Modes

Some articles on decay, decay modes, decays:

CLEO (particle Detector) - Physics Program - Charm Hadrons
... CLEO was the first experiment to measure the doubly Cabibbo suppressed decay D0→ K+π−, and CLEO performed Dalitz analyses of D0,+ in several decay modes ... measurements of D meson branching ratios in inclusive channels, μ+νμ, semileptonic decays, and hadronic decays ... CLEO first observed the purely leptonic decay D+ s→μ+ν, which provided an experimental measure of the decay constant fDs ...
List Of Baryons - Lists of Baryons - j p = 1⁄2+ Baryons
... name Symbol Quark content Rest mass (MeV/c2) I J P Q (e) S C B' Mean lifetime (s) Commonly decays to nucleon/proton p / p+ / N+ uud 0938.272013 !938.272013 ±0.000023 0.5 !1⁄2 0.5 !1⁄2 ...
Muon Decay
... They decay via the weak interaction ... Because lepton numbers must be conserved, one of the product neutrinos of muon decay must be a muon-type neutrino and the other an electron-type antineutrino (antimuon decay ... Because charge must be conserved, one of the products of muon decay is always an electron of the same charge as the muon (a positron if it is a positive muon) ...
J/psi Meson - Decay Modes
... The hadronic decay modes of the J/ψ are strongly suppressed because of the OZI Rule ... effect strongly increases the lifetime of the particle and thereby gives it its very narrow decay width of just 93.2±2.1 keV ... Because of this strong suppression electromagnetic decays begin to compete with hadronic decays ...
List of B Mesons
... Charge Isospin (I) Spin and parity (JP) Rest mass (MeV/c2) S C B' Mean lifetime (s) Commonly decays to B meson B+ B− ub +1 1⁄2 0− 5,279.15±0.31 0 ... +1 1.638±0.011×10 ...

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