Decay D→K(*)ℓ+νℓ in covariant quark model

Decay D→K(*)ℓ+νℓ in covariant quark model We study the leptonic and semileptonic D-meson decays (D→ℓ+νℓ and D→K(*)ℓ+νℓ) in the framework of covariant quark model with built-in infrared confinement. We compute the required form factors in the entire kinematical momentum transfer region. The calculated form factors are used to evaluate the branching fractions of these transitions. We determine the following ratios of the partial widths: Γ(D0→K-e+νe)/Γ(D+→K¯0e+νe)=1.02, Γ(D0→K-μ+νμ)/Γ(D+→K¯0μ+νμ)=0.99 and Γ(D+→K¯0μ+νμ)/Γ(D+→K¯0e+νe)=0.97 which are in close resemblance with the isospin invariance and experimental results. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review D American Physical Society (APS)

Decay D→K(*)ℓ+νℓ in covariant quark model

Physical Review D , Volume 96 (1) – Jul 1, 2017
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Decay D→K(*)ℓ+νℓ in covariant quark model

Abstract

We study the leptonic and semileptonic D-meson decays (D→ℓ+νℓ and D→K(*)ℓ+νℓ) in the framework of covariant quark model with built-in infrared confinement. We compute the required form factors in the entire kinematical momentum transfer region. The calculated form factors are used to evaluate the branching fractions of these transitions. We determine the following ratios of the partial widths: Γ(D0→K-e+νe)/Γ(D+→K¯0e+νe)=1.02, Γ(D0→K-μ+νμ)/Γ(D+→K¯0μ+νμ)=0.99 and Γ(D+→K¯0μ+νμ)/Γ(D+→K¯0e+νe)=0.97 which are in close resemblance with the isospin invariance and experimental results.
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American Physical Society (APS)
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Copyright © © 2017 American Physical Society
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1550-7998
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1550-2368
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10.1103/PhysRevD.96.016017
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Abstract

We study the leptonic and semileptonic D-meson decays (D→ℓ+νℓ and D→K(*)ℓ+νℓ) in the framework of covariant quark model with built-in infrared confinement. We compute the required form factors in the entire kinematical momentum transfer region. The calculated form factors are used to evaluate the branching fractions of these transitions. We determine the following ratios of the partial widths: Γ(D0→K-e+νe)/Γ(D+→K¯0e+νe)=1.02, Γ(D0→K-μ+νμ)/Γ(D+→K¯0μ+νμ)=0.99 and Γ(D+→K¯0μ+νμ)/Γ(D+→K¯0e+νe)=0.97 which are in close resemblance with the isospin invariance and experimental results.

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Physical Review DAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jul 1, 2017

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