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Selected topics in heavy flavour physics.

Lenz, Alexander (2014) 'Selected topics in heavy flavour physics.', Journal of physics G : nuclear and particle physics., 41 (10). p. 103001.


We review the status of flavour physics in spring 2014. The numerous accurate new measurements of flavour experiments have enabled us to test our theoretical understanding of flavour processes with an unprecedented precision. At first sight the dominant amount of measurements seems to be standard model like. Having a closer look one finds, however, that in most of the observables there is still some considerable space for new effects. In addition many discrepancies are still not yet settled. For further investigations and definite conclusions an improvement of the theoretical precision as well as the experimental one is mandatory.

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Date accepted:21 May 2014
Date deposited:07 December 2015
Date of first online publication:October 2014
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