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Analysis of $b\rightarrow c\tau\bar{\nu}_\tau$ anomalies using weak effective Hamiltonian with complex couplings

Muhammad ArslanTahira YasmeenSaba ShafaqIshtiaq Ahmed and Muhammad Jamil Aslam
Sep 2023
Recently, the experimental measurements of the branching ratios and different polarization asymmetries for the processes occurring through flavor-changing-charged current b\rightarrow c\tau\overline{\nu}_{\tau} transitions by BABAR, Belle, and LHCb show some sparkling differences with the corresponding SM predictions. Assuming the left handed neutrinos, we add the dimension-six vector, (pseudo-)scalar, and tensor operators with complex WCs to the SM WEH. Together with 60%, 30% and 10% constraints coming from the branching ratio of B_{c}\to\tau\bar{\nu}_{\tau}, we analyze the parametric space of these new physics WCs accommodating the current anomalies in the purview of the most recent HFLAV data of R_{\tau/{\mu,e}}\left(D\right), R_{\tau/{\mu,e}}\left(D^*\right) and Belle data of F_{L}\left(D^*\right) and P_{\tau}\left(D^*\right). Furthermore, we derive the sum rules which correlate these observables with R_{\tau/{\mu,e}}\left(D\right) and R_{\tau/{\mu,e}}\left(D^*\right). Using the best-fit points of the new complex WCs along with the latest measurements of R_{\tau/{\mu,e}}\left(D^{(*)}\right), we predict the numerical values of the observable R_{\tau/\ell}\left(\Lambda_c\right), R_{\tau/\mu}\left(J/\psi\right) and R_{\tau/\ell}\left(X_c\right) from the sum rules. Apart from finding the correlation matrix among the observables under consideration, we plot them graphically which is useful to discriminate different NP scenarios. Finally, we study the impact of these NP couplings on various angular and the CP triple product asymmetries, that could be measured in some ongoing and future experiments. The precise measurements of these observables are important to check the SM and extract the possible NP.
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