Closing the window on single leptoquark solutions to the B-physics anomalies

@article{Angelescu2018ClosingTW,
  title={Closing the window on single leptoquark solutions to the B-physics anomalies},
  author={Andrei Angelescu and Damir Be{\vc}irevi{\'c} and Darius A. Faroughy and Florentin Jaffredo and Olcyr Sumensari},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2018},
  volume={2018},
  pages={1-33}
}
A bstractWe examine various scenarios in which the Standard Model is extended by a light leptoquark state to solve for one or both B-physics anomalies, viz. RD*exp>RD*SM$$ {R}_{D^{\left(*\right)}}^{\exp }>{R}_{D^{\left(*\right)}}^{\mathrm{SM}} $$ or/and RK*exp>RK*SM$$ {R}_{K^{\left(*\right)}}^{\exp }>{R}_{K^{\left(*\right)}}^{\mathrm{SM}} $$. To do so we combine the constraints arising both from the low-energy observables and from direct searches at the LHC. We find that none of the scalar… 

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