Belle II early physics program of bottomonia spectroscopy
February 06, 2017
April 19, 2017
The Belle-II experiment will begin ramping up data collection at the SuperKEKB accelerator facility in Tsukuba, Japan, within the next 1-2 years. Projecting peak luminosities approximately 40 times higher than KEKB, Belle-II is expected to accumulate 50/ab by 2024, or a
roughly 50-fold increase over Belle-I, enabling higher statistics investigation of a wide range of physics, including bottomonium spectroscopy. Additional scientific reach is afforded by the improved charged particle tracking and refined particle ID capabilities of Belle-II over Belle-I.
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