PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 462 - 16th International Conference on Heavy Quarks and Leptons (HQL2023) - CP Violation
Time-dependent CP violation in B0 decays
S. Bahinipati
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We present recent measurements of time-dependent charge conjugation-parity (CP) violation (TDCPV) in $B^{0}$ decays from the Belle II and LHCb experiments. Loop-dominated hadronic penguin decays, which
proceed via a $b \to q {\bar{q}}s$ transition are sensitive to new physics (NP). In the Standard Model (SM), mixing-induced CP violation is suppressed by the polarization of the photon radiative penguin decays. If there is NP contribution, there could be a sizable mixing-induced term. TDCPV results from Belle II on $B^{0} \to \eta^{'} K_{s}$, $B^{0} \to K_{s} K_{s} K_{s}$,
$B^{0} \to \phi K_{s}$, $B^{0} \to K_{s} \pi^{0}$, $B^{0} \to K_{s} \pi^{0} \gamma$, and $B^{0} \to J/\psi K_{s}$ and only $B^{0} \to J/\psi K_{s}$ results from LHCb are presented here.
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