X, Y, Z search at Belle II
Forschungszentrum Jülich, IKP1, Leo Brandt strasse -52428 Jülich (DE)
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Published online: 17 June 2019
The Belle II experiment has successfully concluded Phase-2 of data taking in July 2018, and just started Phase-3, with the complete detector setup. Great perspectives and unique physics cases are enhanced in the Belle II physics program. In the sector of charmonium and spectroscopy, Belle II will investigate several physics processes: ISR physics for the vector states, bottomonium search and the study of the X(3872) line shape are some examples where the contribution of the Belle II experiment will help in better understanding QCD, for which several open issues still remain unsolved. First simulations and data analyses will be shown, with the first available dataset (2018), and the plan for spectroscopy search at Belle II will be discussed.
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