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Testing fundamental symmetries with Lambda(b) ---> Lambda-Vector decay

@article{Leitner2006TestingFS,
  title={Testing fundamental symmetries with Lambda(b) ---> Lambda-Vector decay},
  author={Olivier Leitner and Ziad Ajaltouni and Eric Conte},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2006},
  pages={1-46}
}
Putting together kinematical and dynamical analysis, a complete study of the decay channels $\Lambda_b \to {\Lambda} V(1^-)$, with $\Lambda \to p {\pi}^-$ and $V (J/\psi) \to {\ell}^+ {\ell}^-$ or $V ({\rho}^0) \to {\pi}^+ {\pi}^-,$ is performed. An intensive use of the helicity formalism is involved on the kinematical side, while on the dynamical side, Heavy Quark Effective Theory (HQET) is applied for an accurate determination of the hadronic matrix elements between the baryons $\Lambda_b… 
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