Measurement of [Formula presented]

G. Brandenburg, A. Ershov, D. Y.J. Kim, R. Wilson, K. Benslama, B. I. Eisenstein, J. Ernst, G. D. Gollin, R. M. Hans, I. Karliner, N. Lowrey, M. A. Marsh, C. Plager, C. Sedlack, M. Selen, J. J. Thaler, J. Williams, K. W. Edwards, R. Ammar, D. BessonX. Zhao, S. Anderson, V. V. Frolov, Y. Kubota, S. J. Lee, S. Z. Li, R. Poling, A. Smith, C. J. Stepaniak, J. Urheim, S. Ahmed, M. S. Alam, L. Jian, M. Saleem, F. Wappler, E. Eckhart, K. K. Gan, C. Gwon, T. Hart, K. Honscheid, D. Hufnagel, H. Kagan, R. Kass, T. K. Pedlar, J. B. Thayer, E. von Toerne, T. Wilksen, M. M. Zoeller, S. J. Richichi, D. Cronin-Hennessy

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Using [Formula presented] of CLEO data, we have measured the ratios of the branching fractions [Formula presented] and the combined branching fraction ratio [Formula presented], defined by [Formula presented]. We find [Formula presented], [Formula presented], and [Formula presented], where the first and second errors are statistical and systematic, respectively. The known branching fraction [Formula presented] leads to [Formula presented], [Formula presented], and [Formula presented], where the third error is due to the uncertainty in [Formula presented].

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalPhysical review letters
Issue number22
StatePublished - 2002


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