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author = {Aaij, R and Abdelmotteleb, ASW and Abellan, Beteta C and Abudinén, F and Ackernley, T and Adeva, B and Adinolfi, M and Afsharnia, H and Agapopoulou, C and Aidala, CA and Aiola, S and Ajaltouni, Z and Akar, S and Akiba, K and Albrecht, J and Alessio, F and Alexander, M and Alfonso, Albero A and Aliouche, Z and Alvarez, Cartelle P and Amalric, R and Amato, S and Amey, JL and Amhis, Y and An, L and Anderlini, L and Andersson, M and Andreianov, A and Andreotti, M and Andreou, D and Ao, D and Archilli, F and Artamonov, A and Artuso, M and Aslanides, E and Atzeni, M and Audurier, B and Bachmann, S and Bachmayer, M and Back, JJ and Bailly-Reyre, A and Baladron, Rodriguez P and Balagura, V and Baldini, W and Baptista, De Souza Leite J and Barbetti, M and Barlow, RJ and Barsuk, S and Barter, W and Bartolini, M and Baryshnikov, F and Basels, JM and Bassi, G and Batsukh, B and Battig, A and Bay, A and Beck, A and Becker, M and Bedeschi, F and Bediaga, IB and Beiter, A and Belavin, V and Belin, S },
doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.108.034012},
journal = {Physical Review D},
title = {First observation of the B+ → Ds+ Ds- K+ decay},
url = {},
volume = {108},
year = {2023}

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AB - The B+→Ds+Ds-K+ decay is observed for the first time using proton-proton collision data collected by the LHCb detector at center-of-mass energies of 7, 8, and 13 TeV, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 9 fb-1. Its branching fraction relative to that of the B+→D+D-K+ decay is measured to be B(B+→Ds+Ds-K+)B(B+→D+D-K+)=0.525±0.033±0.027±0.034, where the first uncertainty is statistical, the second systematic, and the third is due to the uncertainties on the branching fractions of the Ds±→KK±π± and D±→Kπ±π± decays. This measurement fills an experimental gap in the knowledge of the family of Cabibbo-favored b¯→c¯cs¯ transitions and opens the path for unique studies of spectroscopy in future.
AU - Aaij,R
AU - Abdelmotteleb,ASW
AU - Abellan,Beteta C
AU - Abudinén,F
AU - Ackernley,T
AU - Adeva,B
AU - Adinolfi,M
AU - Afsharnia,H
AU - Agapopoulou,C
AU - Aidala,CA
AU - Aiola,S
AU - Ajaltouni,Z
AU - Akar,S
AU - Akiba,K
AU - Albrecht,J
AU - Alessio,F
AU - Alexander,M
AU - Alfonso,Albero A
AU - Aliouche,Z
AU - Alvarez,Cartelle P
AU - Amalric,R
AU - Amato,S
AU - Amey,JL
AU - Amhis,Y
AU - An,L
AU - Anderlini,L
AU - Andersson,M
AU - Andreianov,A
AU - Andreotti,M
AU - Andreou,D
AU - Ao,D
AU - Archilli,F
AU - Artamonov,A
AU - Artuso,M
AU - Aslanides,E
AU - Atzeni,M
AU - Audurier,B
AU - Bachmann,S
AU - Bachmayer,M
AU - Back,JJ
AU - Bailly-Reyre,A
AU - Baladron,Rodriguez P
AU - Balagura,V
AU - Baldini,W
AU - Baptista,De Souza Leite J
AU - Barbetti,M
AU - Barlow,RJ
AU - Barsuk,S
AU - Barter,W
AU - Bartolini,M
AU - Baryshnikov,F
AU - Basels,JM
AU - Bassi,G
AU - Batsukh,B
AU - Battig,A
AU - Bay,A
AU - Beck,A
AU - Becker,M
AU - Bedeschi,F
AU - Bediaga,IB
AU - Beiter,A
AU - Belavin,V
AU - Belin,S
AU - Bellee,V
AU - Belous,K
AU - Belov,I
AU - Belyaev,I
AU - Benane,G
AU - Bencivenni,G
AU - Ben-Haim,E
AU - Berezhnoy,A
AU - Bernet,R
AU - Bernet,Andres S
AU - Berninghoff,D
AU - Bernstein,HC
AU - Bertella,C
AU - Bertolin,A
AU - Betancourt,C
AU - Betti,F
AU - Bezshyiko,I
AU - Bhasin,S
AU - Bhom,J
AU - Bian,L
AU - Bieker,MS
AU - Biesuz,NV
AU - Bifani,S
AU - Billoir,P
AU - Biolchini,A
AU - Birch,M
AU - Bishop,FCR
AU - Bitadze,A
AU - Bizzeti,A
AU - Blago,MP
AU - Blake,T
AU - Blanc,F
AU - Blusk,S
AU - Bobulska,D
AU - Boelhauve,JA
AU - Boente,Garcia O
AU - Boettcher,T
DO - 10.1103/PhysRevD.108.034012
PY - 2023///
SN - 2470-0010
TI - First observation of the B+ → Ds+ Ds- K+ decay
T2 - Physical Review D
UR -
VL - 108
ER -