EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 202, 20199th International Workshop on Charm Physics (CHARM 2018)
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X, Y, Z Search at Belle II
Forschungszentrum Jülich, Leo Brandt strasse, 52428, Jülich (DE)
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Published online: 13 March 2019
Search for exotics has increased importance since the observation of the X(3872), 13 years ago, announced by the Belle Collaboration. The observation of pentaquark states by LHCb, and the Z-charged states observed at Belle and BES III have raised even more the attention to the field. Presently several states are observed that do not fit potential models, and looking for them in diﬀerent production mechanisms and search for their decay modes it is important, as well as to do precise measurement of their mass, width, lineshape. We shortly report in this note about the plan in searching for exotics at Belle II at KEK (Tsukuba, Japan), that just ended the Phase-II running period, and show the first re-discovery results using 5 pb−1 integrated luminosity.
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