${{\mathit \Xi}}$ BARYONS($\mathit S$ = $-2$, $\mathit I$ = 1/2) ${{\mathit \Xi}^{0}}$ = ${\mathit {\mathit u}}$ ${\mathit {\mathit s}}$ ${\mathit {\mathit s}}$, ${{\mathit \Xi}^{-}}$ = ${\mathit {\mathit d}}$ ${\mathit {\mathit s}}$ ${\mathit {\mathit s}}$ INSPIRE search

#### ${{\boldsymbol \Xi}{(2250)}}$

$I(J^P)$ = $1/2(?^{?})$ J, P need confirmation.
The evidence for this state is mixed. BARTSCH 1969 sees a bump of not much statistical significance in ${{\mathit \Lambda}}{{\overline{\mathit K}}}{{\mathit \pi}}$ , ${{\mathit \Sigma}}{{\overline{\mathit K}}}{{\mathit \pi}}$ , and ${{\mathit \Xi}}{{\mathit \pi}}{{\mathit \pi}}$ mass spectra. GOLDWASSER 1970 sees a narrower bump in ${{\mathit \Xi}}{{\mathit \pi}}{{\mathit \pi}}$ at a higher mass. Not seen by HASSALL 1981 with 45 events/$\mu {\mathrm {b}}$ at 6.5 ${\mathrm {GeV/}}\mathit c$. Seen by JENKINS 1983 . Perhaps seen by BIAGI 1987 .
 ${{\mathit \Xi}{(2250)}}$ MASS $\approx2250$ MeV
 ${{\mathit \Xi}{(2250)}}$ WIDTH
 $\Gamma_{1}$ ${{\mathit \Xi}}{{\mathit \pi}}{{\mathit \pi}}$ 707
 $\Gamma_{2}$ ${{\mathit \Lambda}}{{\overline{\mathit K}}}{{\mathit \pi}}$ 694
 $\Gamma_{3}$ ${{\mathit \Sigma}}{{\overline{\mathit K}}}{{\mathit \pi}}$ 642
 FOOTNOTES