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Measuring the Bs mixing phase at LHCb

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The flavour-tagged, time-dependent angular analysis of the Bs → Jpsi KK channel is a benchmark measurement in the quark-flavour sector as it gives access to several fundamental parameters that describe the Bs meson system. The most important of these observables is the CP-violating phase, phi_s, since it is both precisely predicted in the Standard Model and is sensitive to new degrees of freedom that can modify Bs mixing. I will present the latest results from the LHCb experiment on the measurement of phi_s using Bs-> Jpsi KK, Bs → Jpsi pipi and Bs → DsDs decays. Additionally, a new measurement that limits the size of possible penguin contributions, which are assumed to be zero in SM predictions, will be discussed.

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