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Zo Decay into D-mesons via Fragmentation

  • T. OsatiEmail author
  • P. Waysee
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Abstract

Among Z0 decay modes, it’s decay into charm mesons has been measured with relatively large rate. In this article, Z0 decay into D0, \(\bar {D}^{0}\), D±, D(2010)± mesons via fragmentation is studied. To this purpose, at first we will calculate the fragmentation functions of c quark into the pseudoscalar and vector states of D mesons in the lowset order of pQCD. Then using these functions we will calculate branching ratios, \(\frac {{\Gamma }_{Z^{0}\rightarrow (D^{i} +X)}}{{\Gamma }_{tot}}\) for the decay of Z0 into the D and D mesons, considering longitudinal and transverse polarizations. Note that our results have a good agreement with the exprimental data and shows the dominant mechanism in direct fragmentation quarks into D and D* are c and \(\bar {c}\) quarks fragmentation.

Keywords

Fragmentation function Decay rate Branching ratio Width decay 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsRazi UniversityKermanshahIran

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