How sensitive to FCNC can B-0 CP asymmetries be?
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Barenboim Szuchman, Gabriela Alejandra Perfil; Botella Olcina, Francisco J. Perfil; Branco, Gustavo Castelo; Vives García, Óscar
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We show that the study of CP asymmetries in neutral B-meson decays provides a very sensitive probe of flavour-changing neutral currents (FCNC). We introduce two new angles, alpha(SM) and beta(SM), whose main feature is that they can be readily obtained from the measurement of the CP asymmetries a(J/psi Ki), a(pi+pi-) and the ratio R-u = \VudVub*\/\VcdVcb*\, providing a quantitative test of the presence of new physics in a model-independent way. Assuming that new physics is due to the presence of an isosinglet down-type quark, we indicate how to reconstruct the unitarity quadrangles and point out that the measurements of the above asymmetries, within the expected experimental errors, may detect FCNC effects, even for values of \Sigma(i=1)(3)V(id)V(ib)*/(VtdVtb*)\ at the level of a few times 10(-2).

    Barenboim Szuchman, Gabriela Alejandra Botella Olcina, Francisco J. Branco, Gustavo Castelo Vives García, Óscar 1998 How sensitive to FCNC can B-0 CP asymmetries be? Physics Letters B 422 1-4 277 286
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(97)01515-3

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