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Consider an unstable particle V produced by a + b and decaying to 1 + 2 + ... + n. For a weakly coupled particle ΓV ≪ MV , according to the Breit-Wigner resonance Eq. (B1), the amplitude develops a kinematical peak near the pole mass value at n (pa + pb )2 = ( i pi )2 ≈ MV2 . (41) This is called the invariant mass, and is the most effective observable for discovering a resonance if either the initial momenta or the final momenta can be fully reconstructed. As a simple example of a two-body decay, consider Z → e+ e− , m2ee = (pe+ + pe− )2 ≈ 2pe+ · pe− ≈ 2Ee+ Ee− (1 − cos θe+ e− ) ≈ MZ2 , 30 (42) which is invariant in any Lorentz frame, and leads to Ee ≈ MZ /2 in the Z-rest frame.
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