Anticipating the higher generations of quarks from rephasing invariance of the mixing matrix
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Botella Olcina, Francisco J. Perfil; Chau, Ling-Lie
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We show that the number of invariant CP violating parameters XCP jumps from the unique universal one in three generations to nine in the four-generation case, saturating the parameter space for generation numbers higher than three. This can lead to drastically different consequences in CP-violating phenomena. We give the quark mass matrices in the three-generation case and speculate for higher generations. We also give some invariant definitions of ``maximal'' CP violation.

    Botella Olcina, Francisco J. Chau, Ling-Lie 1986 Anticipating the higher generations of quarks from rephasing invariance of the mixing matrix Physics Letters B 168 1-2 97 104
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0370-2693(86)91468-1
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