Physics cases of rare B meson decays at Belle II
K. Nakamura* and On behalf of the BELLE II collaboration
December 05, 2018
December 11, 2018
Flavor changing neutral current decays of B mesons are powerful probes for the new physics search. At the Belle II experiment, these decay modes will be precisely studied with a high integrated luminosity of 50 ab−1 which is 50 times higher than the luminosity of Belle. Especially, radiative and semi-leptonic penguin B decays are important channels for the new physics search at Belle II. In this article, projections of uncertainties on the radiative and semi-leptonic penguin decay measurements are reported.
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