Exclusive B-->K * l + l - decay in the three Higgs doublet model

  title={Exclusive B-->K * l + l - decay in the three Higgs doublet model},
  author={Erhan Onur Iltan},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  • E. Iltan
  • Published 27 February 1999
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
We study the differential Branching ratio and CP asymmetry for the exclusive decay B --> K^* l^+ l^- in the three Higgs doublet model with additional global O(2) symmetry in the Higgs sector. We analyse dilepton mass square q^2 dependency of the these quantities. Further, we study the effect of new parameter of the global symmetry in the Higgs sector on the differential branching ratio and CP asymmetry. We see that there exist an enhancement in the branching ratio and a considerable CP… 
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