, Peking University - CMS
[Host: Chris Neu]
When the LHC starts its operation, it will produce large number of charm quarks even in low luminosity runs during the first few years of running. With precision tracking and nearly complete muon coverage, the CMS detector is well suited to the study of quarkonium through its di-muon decays. We report the methods and plans for measuring the differential p T J/ ψ → μ+μ− production cross section, using data to be collected in the first LHC run by the CMS detector.
High Energy Physics Seminar
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
HEP, Room 123
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