Prog. Theor. Phys. Vol. 39 No. 5 (1968) pp. 1268-1277
Phenomenological Approach to Non-Leptonic Decays. II
— Ω- Decays under Parameters Fit to Decays of Octet Baryons
Department of Physics and Atomic Energy Research Institute, College of Science and Engineering, Nihon University, Tokyo
*Department of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, Chiba University, Chiba
(Received November 4, 1967)
Non-leptonic decays of Ω--hyperon are discussed in a way
consistent with those of octet baryons and K10 meson (see Part
I), under the pole approximation in which the parity-conserving and
violating effective interactions are assumed to be λ6-like
and iλ7-like, respectively. As for the modes of Ω- →
Ξ0 + π- and Ξ- + π0, their decay rates are consistent
with experiment, and owing to the P-wave dominance their asymmetry
parameters are very small as follows:
α(Ω- →Ξ0 + π-) = -0.028 ∼-0.015.
About the Ω- →Ξ*0 + π- and Ξ*- + π0
decays, we get
Γ(Ω- →Ξ*0 + π-) = 2Γ(Ω- →Ξ*-
+ π0) = (1/12 ∼1/30)Γ(Ω- →Ξ0 + π-),
and α(Ω- →Ξ*0 + π-) = 0.0022 ∼-0.0014 due
to the S-wave dominance. The modes of Ω- →Ξ+ 2π are
also discussed under a simplified assumption. However, in the case of
the Ω- →Λ0 + K- decay, which is P-wave dominant,
there explicitly appears a problem which may be related to the
difficulty (see Part I) of P-waves estimated under pole approximations alone.
DOI : 10.1143/PTP.39.1268
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It is calculated from τ(Ω--)=0.7×10-10 sec in V. E. Barnes et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 12 (1964), 204[APS].
It is calculated from τ(Ω-K)=1.4×10-10 sec in V. E. Barnes et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 12 (1964), 134[APS].
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Citing Article(s) :
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