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\(B\bar B\) mixing with the bulk fields in the Randall-Sundrum model

  • J.-P. LeeEmail author
theoretical physics

Abstract.

We calculate \(B\bar B\) mixing in the Randall-Sundrum bulk model. In this model, all the standard model fields except the Higgs field can reside in the bulk. Two suggestive models of “mixed” and “relaxed” scenarios are considered. We find that the enhancement of the loop function is 0.51% for the “relaxed” and 1.07% for the “mixed” scenario when the first four Kaluza-Klein modes are included, for a bulk fermion mass parameter \(\nu = -0.3\).

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Model Field Mass Parameter Fermion Mass Suggestive Model Loop Function 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Physics and IPAPYonsei UniversitySeoulKorea

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