${{\boldsymbol D}^{\pm}}$ MASS INSPIRE search

The fit includes ${{\mathit D}^{\pm}}$, ${{\mathit D}^{0}}$, ${{\mathit D}_{{s}}^{\pm}}$, ${{\mathit D}^{*\pm}}$, ${{\mathit D}^{*0}}$, ${{\mathit D}_{{s}}^{*\pm}}$, ${{\mathit D}_{{1}}{(2420)}^{0}}$, ${{\mathit D}_{{2}}^{*}{(2460)}^{0}}$, and ${{\mathit D}_{{s1}}{(2536)}^{\pm}}$ mass and mass difference measurements.
VALUE (MeV) EVTS DOCUMENT ID TECN  COMMENT
$\bf{ 1869.65 \pm0.05}$ OUR FIT
$\bf{ 1869.5 \pm0.4}$ OUR AVERAGE
$1869.53$ $\pm0.49$ $\pm0.20$ $110$ $\pm15$
ANASHIN
2010A
KEDR ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ at ${{\mathit \psi}{(3770)}}$
$1870.0$ $\pm0.5$ $\pm1.0$ 317
BARLAG
1990C
ACCM ${{\mathit \pi}^{-}}{}^{}\mathrm {Cu}$ 230 GeV
$1869.4$ $\pm0.6$ 1
TRILLING
1981
RVUE ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ $3.77$ GeV
• • • We do not use the following data for averages, fits, limits, etc. • • •
$1875$ $\pm10$ 9
ADAMOVICH
1987
EMUL Photoproduction
$1860$ $\pm16$ 6
ADAMOVICH
1984
EMUL Photoproduction
$1863$ $\pm4$
DERRICK
1984
HRS ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ 29 GeV
$1868.4$ $\pm0.5$ 1
SCHINDLER
1981
MRK2 ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ $3.77$ GeV
$1874$ $\pm5$
GOLDHABER
1977
MRK1 ${{\mathit D}^{0}}$, ${{\mathit D}^{+}}$ recoil spectra
$1868.3$ $\pm0.9$ 1
PERUZZI
1977
LGW ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ $3.77$ GeV
$1874$ $\pm11$
PICCOLO
1977
MRK1 ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ $4.03$, $4.41$ GeV
$1876$ $\pm15$ 50
PERUZZI
1976
MRK1 ${{\mathit K}^{\mp}}{{\mathit \pi}^{\pm}}{{\mathit \pi}^{\pm}}$
1  PERUZZI 1977 and SCHINDLER 1981 errors do not include the 0.13$\%$ uncertainty in the absolute SPEAR energy calibration. TRILLING 1981 uses the high precision ${{\mathit J / \psi}{(1S)}}$ and ${{\mathit \psi}{(2S)}}$ measurements of ZHOLENTZ 1980 to determine this uncertainty and combines the PERUZZI 1977 and SCHINDLER 1981 results to obtain the value quoted.
  References:
ANASHIN 2010A
PL B686 84 Measurement of ${{\mathit D}^{0}}$ and ${{\mathit D}^{+}}$ Meson Masses with the KEDR Detector
BARLAG 1990C
ZPHY C46 563 Measurement of the Masses and Lifetimes of the Charmed Mesons ${{\mathit D}^{0}}$, ${{\mathit D}^{+}}$ and ${{\mathit D}_{{s}}^{-}}$
ADAMOVICH 1987
EPL 4 887 Measurement of Charmed Particle Lifetimes and Decay Branching Ratios
ADAMOVICH 1984
PL 140B 119 Charged Charmed Particle Lifetime
DERRICK 1984
PRL 53 1971 Inclusive ${{\mathit D}^{0}}$ and ${{\mathit D}^{+}}$ Production in ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ Annihilation at 29 GeV
SCHINDLER 1981
PR D24 78 Measurement of the Properties of ${{\mathit D}}$ Meson Decays
TRILLING 1981
PRPL 75 57 The Properties of Charmed Particles
GOLDHABER 1977
PL 69B 503 ${{\mathit D}}$ and ${{\mathit D}^{*}}$ Meson Production near 4 GeV in ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ Annihilation
PERUZZI 1977
PRL 39 1301 Study of ${{\mathit D}}$ Mesons Produced in the Decay of the ${{\mathit \psi}{(3772)}}$
PICCOLO 1977
PL 70B 260 ${{\mathit D}^{0}}$ Meson Production and Decay in ${{\mathit e}^{+}}{{\mathit e}^{-}}$ Annihilation at 4.03 and 4.41 GeV $\mathit E_{{\mathrm {cm}}}$
PERUZZI 1976
PRL 37 569 Observation of a Narrow Charged State at 1876 ${\mathrm {MeV}}/\mathit c{}^{2}$ Decaying to an Exotic Combination of ${{\mathit K}}{{\mathit \pi}}{{\mathit \pi}}$