Beta-Meson Decays and the Weinberg Higgs-Boson Model of Cp Violation
Published version is located at http://prd.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v37/i9/p2542_1
We study the predictions of the Weinberg Higgs theory for decays of B mesons, normalizing to the strength of the interaction in kaon decays. The process b→s+gluon is seen to have a lower bound on its branching ratio of about 1% to 15% depending on the masses of the Higgs bosons. This may be directly observable. Partial-rate asymmetries, indicative of CP violation, are large only in relatively rare modes and are no easier to detect than those of the Kobayushi-Maskawa model. However, the pattern of decays in the two models differs.
JF Donoghue and Eugene Golowich. "Beta-Meson Decays and the Weinberg Higgs-Boson Model of Cp Violation" Physics Department Faculty Publication Series 37.9 (1988).
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