The determination of low-energy cross sections and branching ratios of the K- multi-nucleon absorption processes in p and sigma 0p final states performed by the AMADEUS collaboration is presented. Low momentum K- (pK similar or equal to 127MeV/c) produced at the DA phi NE collider are impinged on a Carbon target within the KLOE detector and the two and three nucleon absorption processes are disentangled by comparing the experimental data to phenomenological calculations. The p spectra are interpreted in terms of K- multi-nucleon absorption processes; the possible contribution of a K-pp bound state is demonstrated to overlap with the two nucleon capture process, its absolute yield thus resulting indistinguishable.

K - multi-nucleon absorption cross sections and branching ratios in Λ p and Σ p final states

De Leo, V.;Mandaglio, G.;
2019

Abstract

The determination of low-energy cross sections and branching ratios of the K- multi-nucleon absorption processes in p and sigma 0p final states performed by the AMADEUS collaboration is presented. Low momentum K- (pK similar or equal to 127MeV/c) produced at the DA phi NE collider are impinged on a Carbon target within the KLOE detector and the two and three nucleon absorption processes are disentangled by comparing the experimental data to phenomenological calculations. The p spectra are interpreted in terms of K- multi-nucleon absorption processes; the possible contribution of a K-pp bound state is demonstrated to overlap with the two nucleon capture process, its absolute yield thus resulting indistinguishable.
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