In this paper I present the latest results on top quark physics from the DZero collaboration since the discovery of the top quark in March 1995. I summarize the discovery results, discuss progress since the discovery, and show how we can measure the top quark mass using three separate techniques. The measurements were made at the Fermilab Tevatron, a ppbar collider with sqrt(s) = 1.8 TeV, using 50 pb^-1 data collected from 1992 to early 1995.
- Pub Date:
- January 1996
- High Energy Physics - Experiment
- 13 pages of text and 8 pages containing 12 figures, uuencoded postscript. Paper with embedded figures available soon at http://d0sgi0.fnal.gov/d0notes/note2830.ps