Academic Lectures 2006 - 2007

   Flavor Physics: Course 3







B physics at hadron colliders
Matthew Herndon (Johns Hopkins)
Feb. 8

Due to the large b-bbar cross section at 1.96 TeV p-pbar collisions, the Tevatron is currently the largest source of B hadrons. That combined with the ~1.5fb-1 of integrated luminosity collected and analyzed by the CDF and D0 experiments has led to a bounty of interesting physics results. I will review and explain a selection of the most interesting results produced by the Tevatron in the last year with emphasis placed on the physics Bs meson which is only currently produced in abundance at the Tevatron.

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February 8    



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