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In: Physical review letters, Vol. 117, No. 2, 022003, 07.07.2016.

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D0 Collaboration. Evidence for a B0sπ± state. Physical review letters. 2016 Jul 7;117(2). 022003. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.117.022003

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title = "Evidence for a B0sπ± state",
abstract = "We report evidence for a narrow structure, X(5568), in the decay sequence X(5568)→B0sπ±, B0s→J/ψϕ, J/ψ→μ+μ−, ϕ→K+K−. This is evidence for the first instance of a hadronic state with valence quarks of four different flavors. The mass and natural width of this state are measured to be m=5567.8±2.9(stat)+0.9−1.9(syst)  MeV/c2 and Γ=21.9±6.4(stat)+5.0−2.5(syst)  MeV/c2. If the decay is X(5568)→B∗sπ±→B0sγπ± with an unseen γ, m(X(5568)) will be shifted up by m(B∗s)−m(B0s)∼49  MeV/c2. This measurement is based on 10.4  fb−1 of pp¯ collision data at s√=1.96  TeV collected by the D0 experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron collider.",
author = "Bertram, {Iain Alexander} and Guennadi Borissov and Harald Fox and Ratoff, {Peter Neil} and Anthony Ross and {D0 Collaboration}",
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AU - Bertram, Iain Alexander

AU - Borissov, Guennadi

AU - Fox, Harald

AU - Ratoff, Peter Neil

AU - Ross, Anthony

AU - D0 Collaboration

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N2 - We report evidence for a narrow structure, X(5568), in the decay sequence X(5568)→B0sπ±, B0s→J/ψϕ, J/ψ→μ+μ−, ϕ→K+K−. This is evidence for the first instance of a hadronic state with valence quarks of four different flavors. The mass and natural width of this state are measured to be m=5567.8±2.9(stat)+0.9−1.9(syst)  MeV/c2 and Γ=21.9±6.4(stat)+5.0−2.5(syst)  MeV/c2. If the decay is X(5568)→B∗sπ±→B0sγπ± with an unseen γ, m(X(5568)) will be shifted up by m(B∗s)−m(B0s)∼49  MeV/c2. This measurement is based on 10.4  fb−1 of pp¯ collision data at s√=1.96  TeV collected by the D0 experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron collider.

AB - We report evidence for a narrow structure, X(5568), in the decay sequence X(5568)→B0sπ±, B0s→J/ψϕ, J/ψ→μ+μ−, ϕ→K+K−. This is evidence for the first instance of a hadronic state with valence quarks of four different flavors. The mass and natural width of this state are measured to be m=5567.8±2.9(stat)+0.9−1.9(syst)  MeV/c2 and Γ=21.9±6.4(stat)+5.0−2.5(syst)  MeV/c2. If the decay is X(5568)→B∗sπ±→B0sγπ± with an unseen γ, m(X(5568)) will be shifted up by m(B∗s)−m(B0s)∼49  MeV/c2. This measurement is based on 10.4  fb−1 of pp¯ collision data at s√=1.96  TeV collected by the D0 experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron collider.

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