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Experimental constraints from flavour changing processes and physics beyond the Standard Model.

Gersabeck M, Gligorov VV, Serra N - Eur Phys J C Part Fields (2012)

Bottom Line: Flavour physics has a long tradition of paving the way for direct discoveries of new particles and interactions.Results over the last decade have placed stringent bounds on the parameter space of physics beyond the Standard Model.Early results from the LHC, and its dedicated flavour factory LHCb, have further tightened these constraints and reiterate the ongoing relevance of flavour studies.

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Affiliation: CERN, 1211 Geneva, Switzerland.

ABSTRACT

Flavour physics has a long tradition of paving the way for direct discoveries of new particles and interactions. Results over the last decade have placed stringent bounds on the parameter space of physics beyond the Standard Model. Early results from the LHC, and its dedicated flavour factory LHCb, have further tightened these constraints and reiterate the ongoing relevance of flavour studies. The experimental status of flavour observables in the charm and beauty sectors is reviewed in measurements of CP violation, neutral meson mixing, and measurements of rare decays.

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The invariant mass distribution of B+→π+μ+μ− candidates. Reproduced from [208]
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Fig10: The invariant mass distribution of B+→π+μ+μ− candidates. Reproduced from [208]

Mentions: Recently, the LHCb collaboration reported the first observation of a b→dll transition, by measuring the branching fraction [208]. The invariant mass distribution of B+→π+μ+μ− candidates is shown in Fig. 10. This process is further suppressed by the factor /Vtd/Vts/, with respect to the b→sll transitions. The measured branching fraction is in good agreement with the SM expectation. Fig. 10


Experimental constraints from flavour changing processes and physics beyond the Standard Model.

Gersabeck M, Gligorov VV, Serra N - Eur Phys J C Part Fields (2012)

The invariant mass distribution of B+→π+μ+μ− candidates. Reproduced from [208]
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Fig10: The invariant mass distribution of B+→π+μ+μ− candidates. Reproduced from [208]
Mentions: Recently, the LHCb collaboration reported the first observation of a b→dll transition, by measuring the branching fraction [208]. The invariant mass distribution of B+→π+μ+μ− candidates is shown in Fig. 10. This process is further suppressed by the factor /Vtd/Vts/, with respect to the b→sll transitions. The measured branching fraction is in good agreement with the SM expectation. Fig. 10

Bottom Line: Flavour physics has a long tradition of paving the way for direct discoveries of new particles and interactions.Results over the last decade have placed stringent bounds on the parameter space of physics beyond the Standard Model.Early results from the LHC, and its dedicated flavour factory LHCb, have further tightened these constraints and reiterate the ongoing relevance of flavour studies.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: CERN, 1211 Geneva, Switzerland.

ABSTRACT

Flavour physics has a long tradition of paving the way for direct discoveries of new particles and interactions. Results over the last decade have placed stringent bounds on the parameter space of physics beyond the Standard Model. Early results from the LHC, and its dedicated flavour factory LHCb, have further tightened these constraints and reiterate the ongoing relevance of flavour studies. The experimental status of flavour observables in the charm and beauty sectors is reviewed in measurements of CP violation, neutral meson mixing, and measurements of rare decays.

No MeSH data available.


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