Publications [#309793] of Seog Oh

Papers Published
  1. Aoki, S; Bahk, SY; Chung, KS; Chung, SH; Funahashi, H; Hahn, CH; Hara, T; Hirata, S; Hoshino, K; Ieiri, M; Ijima, T; Imai, K; Itow, Y; Jin-ya, T; Kazuno, M; Kikuchi, K; Kim, CO; Kim, DC; Kim, JY; Kodama, K; Maeda, Y; Masaike, A; Masuoka, A; Matsuda, Y; Nagoshi, C; Nakamura, M; Nakanishi, S; Nakano, T; Nakazawa, K; Niwa, K; Oda, H; Ogawa, S; Oh, SH; Okabe, H; Ozaki, R; Park, IG; Park, MS; Sato, Y; Shibuya, H; Shimizu, HM; Sim, YB; Song, JS; Sugimoto, M; Tajima, H; Takashima, R; Takeutchi, F; Tanaka, KH; Tanaka, R; Teranaka, M; Tezuka, I; Togawa, H; Ushida, N; Watanabe, T; Yasuda, N; Yokota, J; Yoon, CS, Production of a twin single hypernuclei and the Ξ−-nuclear interaction, Physics Letters B, vol. 355 no. 1-2 (July, 1995), pp. 45-51 [doi] .

    An event accompanied by two single hyperfragments emitted from a Ξ- nuclear capture at rest was found in a nuclear emulsion. It is interpreted as a Ξ--12C bound system decaying into either a) Λ4H + Λ9Be, b) Λ4H + Λ9Be* or c) Λ4H* + Λ9Be. The binding energy of the Ξ-12C system is obtained as a) 3.70-0.19+0.18 MeV, b) 0.62-0.19+0.18 MeV and c) 2.66-0.19+0.18 MeV, respectively. The system is considered as a Ξ- hypernucleus in the cases a) and c). In case b), this event and another event of the same type (Yokohama event) can both be interpreted as a decay from the Ξ-12C system in 2P state when a shallow Ξ--nuclear potential is assumed.