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70) As a result, by neglecting terms of higher order in λ one can write down: 2 1 − λ2 λ Aλ 3 (ρ − iη) Vud Vus Vub 2 4 V = Vcd Vcs Vcb ∼ + o(λ ). 71) ¯ η¯ with: It has become customary to make the replacement ρ, η → ρ, ρ¯ − iη¯ ¯ ρ − iη = √ ∼ (ρ¯ − iη)(1 + λ 2 /2 + . ). 73) A more detailed discussion of the experimental data is given in Chapter 10. In the SM the non vanishing of the η parameter (related to the phase ϕ in Eqs. 70) is the only ∗ = δ . In source of CP violation.
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