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Abstract

We review the contributions of the Tevatron experiments, CDF and D0, to our present understanding of physics. The Tevatron has by now delivered data corresponding to more than 6 fb−1 of integrated luminosity to each of the two experiments. Although the physics involving + and 0 mesons is still dominated by the factory experiments, Tevatron has taken the lead in 0 and baryon analyses. All measurements are in good agreement with the expectations, and physics beyond the Standard Model is constrained by the data. In the future, due to increasingly large data samples and excellent detector precision, we expect that CDF and D0 will begin to impact more areas in + and 0 measurements, as long as they are based on decays involving only charged particles.

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2009-11-23
2024-04-20
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