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THE NA62 EXPERIMENT AT CERN AND THE MEASUREMENT OF THE ULTRA-RARE DECAY K+-π+v¯v
The NA62 experiment at CERN aims at the very challenging task of measuring with 10 % relative error the Branching Ratio of the ultra-rare decay of the K + into π + νν which is expected to occur only in about 8 out of 10 11 Kaon decays. This will be achieved by means of an intense hadron beam, an accurate kinematical reconstruction and a redundant veto system for identifying and suppressing all spurious events. Good resolution on the missing mass in the decay is achieved using a high-resolutiondoi:10.14311/ap.2013.53.0813 fatcat:zy5dmuz64zal3bn6yyqdaupboa