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Rare B decays at LHCb

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Rare B meson (and baryon) decays are an ideal place to search for the effects of new particles that could arise in many extensions of the Standard Model and couple to the flavour sector. I will introduce the different types of rare decay measurement performed by LHCb in 2011 and 2012 and discuss the relationship between these different measurements. This discussion will include two of LHCb’s flagship channels, Bs—> mu mu and B—> K* mu mu. The implications of these measurements on models containing new particles at the TeV- and multi-TeV scale will also be explored.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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