$$B\rightarrow K^*\mu ^+\mu ^-$$B→K∗μ+μ- optimised observables in the MSSM

  title={\$\$B\rightarrow K^*\mu ^+\mu ^-\$\$B→K∗$\mu$+$\mu$- optimised observables in the MSSM},
  author={Farvah Mahmoudi and S. Neshatpour and Javier Virto},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
We provide a detailed analysis of the impact of the newly measured optimised observables in the $$B\rightarrow K^*\mu ^+\mu ^-$$B→K∗μ+μ- decay by the LHCb experiment. The analysis is performed in the MSSM, both in the context of the usual constrained scenarios and in the context of a more general set-up where the SUSY partner masses are independent. We show that the global agreement of the MSSM solutions with the data is still very good. Nevertheless, especially in the constrained scenarios… 
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