Heavy-quark opportunities and challenges at FCC-ee

@inproceedings{Monteil2021HeavyquarkOA,
  title={Heavy-quark opportunities and challenges at FCC-ee},
  author={St'ephane Monteil and G. R. Wilkinson},
  year={2021}
}
The abundant production of beauty and charm hadrons in the 5 × 10 Z decays expected at FCC-ee offers outstanding opportunities in flavour physics that in general exceed those available at Belle II, and are complementary to the heavy-flavour programme of the LHC. A wide range of measurements will be possible in heavy-flavour spectroscopy, rare decays of heavy-flavoured particles and CP -violation studies, which will benefit from the low-background experimental environment, the high Lorentz boost… Expand
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