Friday, May 4, 2001
4:00 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
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"The Fixed-Target Charmed Road to Understanding Hadrons"

Dr. Jeff Appel , Fermilab
[Host: Brad Cox]
Measurements involving charm quarks tell us about the nature and details of light hadrons. This talk will summarize how and what we are learning from charm fixed-target experiments about the usual ground-state hadrons, and about scalar resonances such as the sigma, kappa, and f_0's which have had uncertain histories so far.

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