Richard Kass (Ohio State University (US))
We present a search for neutral, long-lived particles produced in e+e- collisions or neutral B meson decays with the BABAR experiment. These particles are identified through their displaced decays into various flavor combinations of two oppositely charged tracks. No significant excesses in the two-track mass distributions are observed, and limits on the product of the production cross-section, branching fraction, and reconstruction efficiency are set for each final state.
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Frank Porter (Caltech) Richard Kass (Ohio State University (US))