Uncertainties from Long-Range Effects in B-]K-Asterisk-Gamma
The published version is located at http://prd.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v51/i3/p1215_1
We reconsider the ‘‘long-range’’ component of the radiative transition B→K*γ. A careful analysis of the vector dominance amplitude B→V1V2→V1γ is carried out, with emphasis on the role of gauge invariance. The procedure for incorporating phenomenological B→V1V2 data is identified, and polarization data, only recently available, is employed to estimate the magnitude of the vector dominance effect. We summarize uncertainties in the B→K*γ radiative transition produced by long-range effects and provide suggestions for further experimental work.
E Golowich and S Pakvasa. "Uncertainties from Long-Range Effects in B-]K-Asterisk-Gamma" Physics Department Faculty Publication Series 51.3 (1995).
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