We report searches for the processes e+e-→π+π-π0χbJ and e+e-→φχbJ (J=1, 2) based on data samples collected by the Belle experiment at the KEKB collider. We report the first observation of the process e+e-→(π+π-π0)non-ωχb1 and first evidence for e+e-→ωχbJ in the vicinity of the ?(11020) resonance, with center-of-mass energies from 10.96 to 11.05 GeV. The significances for (π+π-π0)non-ωχb1 and ωχbJ are greater than 5.3σ and 4.0σ, respectively. We also investigate the energy dependence of the e+e-→π+π-π0χbJ cross section, but we cannot determine whether the contributions are from the ?(10860) and ?(11020) resonances or nonresonant continuum processes. The signals for e+e-→φχbJ are not significant, and the upper limits of the Born cross sections at the 90% confidence level are 0.7 and 1.0 pb for e+e-→φχb1 and φχb2, respectively, for center-of-mass energies from 10.96 to 11.05 GeV.
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We thank Dr. K. Li for his fantastic idea and kind help. We thank the KEKB group for excellent operation of the accelerator; the KEK cryogenics group for efficient solenoid operations; and the KEK computer group, the NII, and PNNL/EMSL for valuable computing and SINET5 network support. We acknowledge support from MEXT, JSPS and Nagoya’s TLPRC (Japan); ARC (Australia); FWF (Austria); NSFC and the CAS Center for Excellence in Particle Physics (China); MSMT (Czechia); the Carl Zeiss Foundation (CZF), DFG, EXC153, and VS (Germany); DST (India); INFN (Italy); MOE, MSIP, NRF, Radiation Science Research Institute (RSRI), Foreign Large-size Research Facility Application Supporting project (FLRFAS), GSDC of KISTI and KREONET/GLORIAD (Korea); MNiSW and NCN (Poland); Ministry of Science and High Education and Russian Science Foundation (MSHE and RSF), Grant No. 18-12-00226 (Russia); ARRS (Slovenia); IKERBASQUE and MINECO (Spain); SNSF (Switzerland); MOE and MOST (Taiwan); and DOE and NSF (USA).
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