The strong decay of higher vector (11020) state in the framework of non-relativistic quark model
Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, 71515, Assiut, Egypt
2 Physics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, 83523, Qena, Egypt
3 Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Benha university, 13518, Benha, Egypt
Accepted: 13 June 2023
Published online: 15 July 2023
An analytical study of a source of Beauty mesons (B mesons) by the Strong decay of (11020) is performed to obtain various modes of B mesons. The non-relativistic quark model framework is used to predict the masses of the bottomonium mesons. The strong decay of the (11020) state is calculated utilizing Quark Pair Creation model. In addition, the branching ratio of the strong decay has been calculated for each decay width and using them to estimate the number of B-meson pairs for each strong decay width. The results show reasonable agreement with recent Particle Data Group data, in particular with the total strong decay width of (11020). The (11020) particle is expected to be a good candidate for the conventional (6S) state and provides both types of strange and non-strange B mesons. We found new conclusions for the strong decay widths of the (11020) in the relativistic phase space. The strong width of the channel is predicted to be the highest width by the ratio () concerning higher vector (11020) State. In addition, the specific channel is expected to be the highest width relative to higher resonances.
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