PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 391 - 19th International Conference on B-Physics at Frontier Machines (BEAUTY2020) - Main session
Radiative and electroweak penguin decay at Belle II
K. Yoshihara* and  On behalf of the BELLE II collaboration
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Published on: October 07, 2021
Flavor changing neutral current $b$ to $s(d)$ decays, particularly radiative and electroweak penguin
processes, will continue to be of great interest as a probe to search for physics beyond the Standard Model. Lately, there have been several anomalies observed in the b to s transition at the LHCb experiment in the angular observable, $P_5′$ and lepton-universality measurements. The Belle II experiment will play an important role in providing independent measurements for these anomalies. This article describes how the Belle II physics program can be complementary to that of LHCb, and the Belle II ongoing studies and prospects on radiative and electroweak penguin processes in early data and the final dataset of 50 ab$^{−1}$.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.391.0019
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