Вы находитесь на старом сайте НГУ. Перейти на новый сайт

EISSN - 20503911, Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, 2011, vol. 1, p. -

Physics achievements from the Belle experiment

Brodzicka Jolanta, Browder Thomas, Chang Paoti, Eidelman Simon, Golob Bostjan, Hayasaka Kiyoshi, Hayashii Hisaki, Iijima Toru, Inami Kenji, Kinoshita Kay, Kwon Youngjoon, Miyabayashi Kenkichi, Mohanty Gagan, Nakao Mikihiko, Nakazawa Hideyuki, Olsen Stephen, Sakai Yoshihide, Schwanda Christoph, Schwartz Alan, Trabelsi Karim, Uehara Sadaharu, Uno Shoji, Watanabe Yasushi, Zupanc Anze

© The Author(s) 2012. The Belle experiment, running at the KEKB e+e- asymmetric energy collider during the first decade of the century, achieved its original objective of precisely measuring differences between particles and antiparticles in the B system. After collecting 1000 fb-1 of data at various Γ resonances, Belle also obtained the many other physics results described in this article.