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ISSN - 00319007, EISSN - 10797114, Physical Review Letters, 2008, vol. 101, p. -

Observation and polarization measurements of B±→φK1± and B±→φK2*±

Aubert B., Bona M., Karyotakis Y., Lees J. P., Poireau V., Prencipe E., Prudent X., Tisserand V., Garra Tico J., Grauges E., Lopez L., Palano A., Pappagallo M., Eigen G., Stugu B., Sun L., Abrams G. S., Battaglia M., Brown D. N., Cahn R. N., Jacobsen R. G., Kerth L. T., Kolomensky Yu G., Kukartsev G., Lynch G., Osipenkov I. L., Ronan M. T., Tackmann K., Tanabe T., Hawkes C. M., Soni N., Watson A. T., Koch H., Schroeder T., Walker D., Asgeirsson D. J., Fulsom B. G., Hearty C., Mattison T. S., McKenna J. A., Barrett M., Khan A., Teodorescu L., Blinov V. E., Bukin A. D., Buzykaev A. R., Druzhinin V. P., Golubev V. B., Onuchin A. P., Serednyakov S. I., Skovpen Yu I., Solodov E. P., Todyshev K. Yu, Bondioli M., Curry S., Eschrich I., Kirkby D., Lankford A. J., Lund P., Mandelkern M., Martin E. C., Stoker D. P., Abachi S., Buchanan C., Gary J. W., Liu F., Long O., Shen B. C., Vitug G. M., Yasin Z., Zhang L., Sharma V., Campagnari C., Hong T. M., Kovalskyi D., Mazur M. A., Richman J. D., Beck T. W., Eisner A. M., Flacco C. J., Heusch C. A., Kroseberg J., Lockman W. S., Schalk T., Schumm B. A., Seiden A., Wang L., Wilson M. G., Winstrom L. O., Cheng C. H., Doll D. A., Echenard B., Fang F., Hitlin D. G., Narsky I., Piatenko T., Porter F. C.

With the full BABAR data sample of 465×106 BB̄ pairs, we observe the decays B±→φK1(1270)± and B±→φK2 *(1430)±. We measure the branching fractions (6.1±1.6±1. 1)×10-6 and (8.4±1.8±1.0)×10-6 and the fractions of longitudinal polarization 0.46-0.13-0.07+0.12+0.06 and 0.80-0.10+0.09±0. 03, respectively. We also report on the B±→φK0*(1430) ± decay branching fraction of (7.0±1.3±0.9)×10-6 and several parameters sensitive to CP violation and interference in the above three decays. Upper limits are placed on the B± decay rates to final states with φ and K1(1400)±, K*(1410)±, K2(1770)±, or K2(1820)±. Understanding the observed polarization pattern requires amplitude contributions from an uncertain source. © 2008 The American Physical Society.