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Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd.
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: QC
Evidence for the hadronic annihilation decay mode B+→D+sϕ is found with greater than 3σ significance. The branching fraction and CP asymmetry are measured to be B(B+→D+sϕ)=(1.87+1.25−0.73(stat)±0.19(syst)±0.32(norm))×10−6,\hfillACP(B+→D+sϕ)=−0.01±0.41(stat)±0.03(syst).\hfill The last uncertainty on B(B+→D+sϕ) is from the branching fractions of the B+→D+sD−−0 normalization mode and intermediate resonance decays. Upper limits are also set for the branching fractions of the related decay modes B+(c)→D+(s)K∗0,B+(c)→D+(s)K−−∗0 and B+c→D+sϕ , including the result B(B+→D+K∗0)<1.8×10−6 at the 90% credibility level.
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    • 45 Department of Physics, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom
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