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ISSN - 15507998, Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, 2009, vol. 79, p. -

Evidence for B+→K̄*0K*+

Aubert B., Bona M., Karyotakis Y., Lees J. P., Poireau V., Prencipe E., Prudent X., Tisserand V., Tico J. Garra, Grauges E., Lopez L., Palano A., Pappagallo M., Eigen G., Stugu B., Sun L., Battaglia M., Brown D. N., Kerth L. T., Kolomensky Yu G., Lynch G., Osipenkov I. L., Tackmann K., Tanabe T., Hawkes C. M., Soni N., Watson A. T., Koch H., Schroeder T., Asgeirsson D. J., Fulsom B. G., Hearty C., Mattison T. S., McKenna J. A., Barrett M., Khan A., Randle-Conde A., 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., Atmacan H., Gary J. W., Liu F., Long O., 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., Heusch C. A., Kroseberg J., Lockman W. S., Martinez A. J., Schalk T., Schumm B. A., Seiden A., Winstrom L. O., Cheng C. H., Doll D. A., Echenard B., Fang F., Hitlin D. G., Narsky I., Piatenko T., Porter F. C., Andreassen R., Mancinelli G., Meadows B. T., Mishra K., Sokoloff M. D., Bloom P. C., Ford W. T., Gaz A., Hirschauer J. F., Nagel M., Nauenberg U.

We present measurements of the branching fraction and fraction of longitudinal polarization for the decay B+→K̄*0K*+ with a sample of (467±5)×106 BB̄ pairs collected with the BABAR detector at the PEP-II asymmetric-energy e+e- collider at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. We obtain the branching fraction B(B+→K̄ *0K*+)=(1.2±0.5±0.1)×10-6 with a significance of 3.7 standard deviations including systematic uncertainties. We measure the fraction of longitudinal polarization fL=0.75-0.26+0.16±0.03. The first error quoted is statistical and the second is systematic. © 2009 The American Physical Society.