Conclusions of the MITP Workshop on T Violation and CPT Tests in Neutral-Meson Systems

  title={Conclusions of the MITP Workshop on T Violation and CPT Tests in Neutral-Meson Systems},
  author={Klaus R. Schubert and Luigi Li Gioi and Adrian John Bevan and A. Di Domenico},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Experiment},

T Violation in K-Meson Decays

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Symmetry violations at BABAR

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Time-Reversal Violation

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Colloquium: Time-reversal violation with quantum-entangled B mesons

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Precise discussion of time-reversal asymmetries in B-meson decays

A bstractBaBar collaboration announced that they observed time reversal (T) asymmetry through B meson system. In the experiment, time dependencies of two distinctive processes, B−→B¯0$$ {B}_{-}\to



CP violation

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Observation of CP violation in the B(0) meson system.

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Observation of large CP violation in the neutral B meson system.

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