It is pointed out that the third of five low-lying states predicted by a constituent quark model can be identified with the third of four states in a solution from a three-channel analysis by the Zagreb group. This is one of the so-called “missing” resonances, predicted at 1880 MeV. The fit of the Zagreb group to the data is the crucial element in finding this fourth resonance in the partial wave.
- Received 1 April 1999
- Published in the issue dated June 1999
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