Rare decays at the kaon factory

  • D. Bryman
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Extensive experimental work on rare kaon decays is currently being performed at BNL, KEK and FNAL to search for exotic physics and to examine standard model predictions in unique detail. The Kaon Factory at TRIUMF will produce beams with a hundred-fold increase in intensity over existing machines in the 30 GeV region and will allow even higher precision and higher sensitivity experiments on rare decays to be done. A sample of kaon decay experiments and CP and T violating studies which might benefit from intense kaon factory beams is discussed.


Standard Model Prediction Brookhaven National Laboratory Rare Decay Higgs Particle Lepton Flavor Violate 
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  • D. Bryman
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  1. 1.TRIUMFVancouverCanada

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