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Model independent analysis of rare, exclusive b-meson decays
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Çakmak, Mehmet Kerim
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Using the general, model indepenent form of the effective Hamiltonian, the general expressions of the longitudinal, normal and transversal polarization asymmetries for l+ and l- for the effective B -> K(K*)l+l- decays has been calculated. Existence of regions of Wilson coefficients for which the branching ratio coincides with the Standard Model result, while the lepton polarizations differ from the standard model prediction is expected. Hence, studying lepton polarizations in these regions of Wilson coefficients may be helpful in establishing new physics beyond standard model.
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Particles(Nuclear physics)
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Atomic energy.
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/14043
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M. K. Çakmak, “Model independent analysis of rare, exclusive b-meson decays,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2004.