Chronology of Milestone Events in Particle Physics - DANYSZ 1963
Chronology of Milestone Events in Particle Physics


Danysz, M. et al.
Observation of a Double Hyperfragment
Phys. Rev. Lett. 11 (1963) 29;

This event was discovered through a study of the interactions of 1.5 GeV/c K-mesons in emulsions. The interpretation given to the subsequent events is as follows: A emitted following the interaction of a K meson produces a star one track which is a double hyperfragment which subsequently decays into a , a singly charged particle and an ordinary hyperfragment. This latter hyperfragment subsequently decays into a and three other charged particles. From a study of the angle of emission and ranges of all the charged particles involved in these processes it is concluded that the only reasonable interpretation of the event is as suggested. (Science Abstracts. 1963, 22276. G. I. Crawford.).

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Related references
See also
G. Amato et al., Nucl. Instr. and Meth. 20 (1963) 47;
S. Iwao, Nuovo Cim. 26 (1962) 1;
R. H. Dalitz and B. W. Downs, Phys. Rev. 111 (1958) 967;
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E. R. Fletcher et al., Phys. Lett. 3 (1963) 280;

Data comments
10BeSS - double hyperfragment Be10.

  K nucleus X 1.3-1.5 GeV (Plab) cs
  nucleus nucleus 10BeSS 0. GeV (Plab) cs
  nucleus nucleus 11BeSS 0. GeV (Plab) cs

Particles studied
  hypernucleus ex, mass
  10BeSS ex, mass
  11BeSS ex, mass

Record comments
First evidence for a double hypernucleus.
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