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Comment: 20 pages, 9 figures. This version has some typos fixed in the text and bibliography. A reference was added in bibliography. Submitted to Phys. Rev. D With this last submission we provide the version accepted for publication in Phys.Rev.D
The inclusive cross section for J/psi production times the branching ratio B(J/psi→mu(+)mu(-)) has been measured in the forward pseudorapidity region: Bxdsigma[(p) over bar +p→J/psi(p(T) gt 10 GeV/c,2.1 lt \eta\ lt 2.6)+X]/deta=192+/-9(stat)+/- 29(syst) pb. The results are based on 74.1+/-5.2 pb(-1) of data collected by the CDF Collaboration at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. The measurements extend earlier measurements of the D0 Collaboration to higher p(T)(J/psi). In the kinematic range where the experiments partially overlap, these data are in good agreement with previous measurements.
We present the first general search for new heavy particles, X, which decay via X → WZ(0) → enu + jj as a function of M-X and Gamma(X) in p(p) over bar collisions at roots = 1.8 TeV. No evidence is found for production of X in 110 pb(-1) of data collected by the Collider Detector at Fermilab. General cross section limits are set at the 95% C.L. as a function of mass and width of the new particle. The results are further interpreted as mass lit-nits on the production of new heavy charged vector bosons which decay via W' → WZ(0) in an extended gauge model as a function of the width, Gamma(W'), and mixing factor between the W' and the standard model W bosons.
We present results of searches for diphoton resonances produced both inclusively and also in association with a vector boson (W or Z) using 100 pb(-1) of p (p) over bar collisions using the CDF detector. We set upper limits on the product of cross section times branching ratio for both p (p) over bar → gamma gamma +X and p (p) over bar → gamma gamma+ W/Z. Comparing the inclusive production to the expectations from heavy sgoldstinos we derive limits on the supersymmetry-breaking scale rootF in the TeV range, depending on the sgoldstino mass and the choice of other parameters. Also. using a NLO prediction for the associated production of a Higgs boson with a W or Z boson, we set an upper limit on the branching ratio for H → gamma gamma. Finally, we set a lower limit on the mass of a "bosophilic" Higgs boson (e.g., one which couples only ...
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