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Angular Analysis of the $B^{+}\rightarrow K^{\ast+}\mu^{+}\mu^{-}$ Decay

The LHCb collaboration
Phys.Rev.Lett. 126 (2021) 161802, 2021.

Abstract (data abstract)
CERN-LHC. Measurements of the angular observables in the B+ --> K*+ mu+ mu- decay with K*+ --> KS0 pi+ and KS0 -> pi+ pi- using proton-proton collisions at a centre-of-mass energy of 7, 8 and 13 TeV with 9 fb^-1 of data collected in 2011-2018. The final states used are 3 charged pions and 2 muons. The fit is performed simultaneously in the sub sets of Run 1 and 2 and the two distinct KS0 categories, whether or not the KS0 decays inside the Vertex Locator or not. Values for the observables in two angular basis are determined, namely the S and P(') basis. The reported central values of the angular observables in Table 1 and 2 are evaluated using angular folding techniques. The asymmetric statistical uncertainties are obtained by Feldman-Cousins scans. The correlation between all observables are determined using a bootstrapping method.

  • Table 1

    Data from Table 1 on Page 11

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    Results for the CP-averaged observables Fl, Afb and S3–S9. The first uncertainties are statistical and the second systematic.

  • Table 2

    Data from Table 2 on Page 12

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    Results for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8. The first uncertainties are statistical and the second systematic.

  • Fig 3a

    Data from Figure 3a on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable Fl versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 3b

    Data from Figure 3b on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable S3 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 3c

    Data from Figure 3c on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable S4 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 3d

    Data from Figure 3d on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable S5 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 3e

    Data from Figure 3e on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable Afb versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 3f

    Data from Figure 3f on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable S7 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 3g

    Data from Figure 3g on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable S8 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 3h

    Data from Figure 3h on page 9 of preprint

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    The CP-averaged observable S9 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4a

    Data from Figure 4a on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable Fl versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4b

    Data from Figure 4b on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable P1 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4c

    Data from Figure 4c on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable P2 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4d

    Data from Figure 4d on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable P3 versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4e

    Data from Figure 4e on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable P4' versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4f

    Data from Figure 4f on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable P5' versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4g

    Data from Figure 4g on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable P6' versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Fig 4h

    Data from Figure 4h on page 10 of preprint

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    The optimised observable P8' versus q2. The first (second) error bars represent the statistical (total) uncertainties.

  • Table 3

    Data from Table 3 on Page 13

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 0.10 < q2...

  • Table 4

    Data from Table 4 on Page 13

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 1.10 < q2...

  • Table 5

    Data from Table 5 on Page 13

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 2.50 < q2...

  • Table 6

    Data from Table 6 on Page 14

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 4.00 < q2...

  • Table 7

    Data from Table 7 on Page 14

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 6.00 < q2...

  • Table 8

    Data from Table 8 on Page 14

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 11.00 < q2...

  • Table 9

    Data from Table 9 on Page 15

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 15.00 < q2...

  • Table 10

    Data from Table 10 on Page 15

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 17.00 < q2...

  • Table 11

    Data from Table 11 on Page 15

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 1.10 < q2...

  • Table 12

    Data from Table 12 on Page 16

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    Correlation matrix for the CP-averaged observables FL, AFB and S3–S9 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 15.00 < q2...

  • Table 13

    Data from Table 13 on Page 17

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 0.10 < q2 <...

  • Table 14

    Data from Table 14 on Page 17

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 1.10 < q2 <...

  • Table 15

    Data from Table 15 on Page 18

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 2.50 < q2 <...

  • Table 16

    Data from Table 16 on Page 18

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 4.00 < q2 <...

  • Table 17

    Data from Table 17 on Page 18

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 6.00 < q2 <...

  • Table 18

    Data from Table 18 on Page 19

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 11.00 < q2 <...

  • Table 19

    Data from Table 19 on Page 19

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 15.00 < q2 <...

  • Table 20

    Data from Table 20 on Page 19

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 17.00 < q2 <...

  • Table 21

    Data from Table 21 on Page 20

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 1.10 < q2 <...

  • Table 22

    Data from Table 22 on Page 20

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    Correlation matrix for the optimised observables FL and P1–P'8 from the maximum-likelihood fit in the interval 15.00 < q2 <...

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