Measurement of mixinginduced CP violation in Bs decays is of prime importance in probing new physics. So far only the channel Bs>J/\psi \phi has been used. Here we report on a measurement using an LHCb data sample of 0.41/fb in the CP odd eigenstate J\psi f0(980), where f0(980)>\pi+ \pi. A time dependent fit of the data with the Bs lifetime and the difference in widths of the heavy and light eigenstates constrained to the values obtained from Bs> J/\psi\phi yields a value of the CP violating phase of 0.44 +/ 0.44 +/ 0.02 rad, consistent with the Standard Model expectation.
Dominant decay diagrams for $\overline{ B }{} ^0_s \rightarrow J/\psi f_0(980)$ or $J/\psi\phi$ decays. 
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(a) Invariant mass of $J/\psi\pi^+\pi^$ combinations when the $\pi^+\pi^$ pair is required to be within $\pm$90 MeV of the nominal $f_0(980)$ mass. The data have been fitted with a doubleGaussian signal and several background functions. The thin (red) solid line shows the signal, the longdashed (brown) line the combinatoric background, the dashed (green) line the $B^$ background (mostly at masses above the signal peak), the dotted (blue) line the $\overline{B}^0\rightarrow J/\psi \overline{K}^{*0}$ background, the dashdot line (purple) the $\overline{B}^0\rightarrow J/\psi \pi^+\pi^$ background, the dotted line (black) the sum of $\overline{ B }{} ^0_s \rightarrow J/\psi \eta'$ and $J/\psi\phi$ backgrounds (barely visible), and the thicksolid (black) line the total. (b) The mass distribution for likesign candidates. 
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Invariant mass of $\pi^+\pi^$ combinations (points) and a fit to the $\pi^{\pm}\pi^{\pm}$ data (dashed line) for events in the $\overline{ B }{} ^0_s $ signal region. The region between the vertical arrows contains the events selected for further analysis. 
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Efficiency corrected, background subtracted angular distributions in the $\pi^+\pi^$ mass region within $\pm$90 MeV of 980 MeV and within $\pm$20 MeV of the $\overline{ B }{} ^0_s $ mass for (a) $\cos^2\theta_{J/\psi}$, and (b) $\cos\theta_{f_0}$. The solid lines show the expectations for a spin0 object. 
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Decay time distribution for prompt $J/\psi\pi^+\pi^$ events. The dashed line (red) shows the long lived components, while the solid line (blue) shows the total. 
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Distributions for $\overline{B}^0\rightarrow J/\psi \overline{K}^{*0}$ events (a) $\overline{B}^0$ candidate mass distribution and (b) decay time distribution, where the small background has been subtracted using the $\overline{B}^0$ candidate mass sidebands. 
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Loglikelihood profile of $\phi_s$ for $\overline{ B }{} ^0_s \rightarrow J/\psi f_0$ events. 
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Decay time distribution from the fit for $J/\psi f_0$ candidates. The solid line shows the results of the fit, the dashed line shows the signal, and the shaded region the background. 
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Animated gif made out of all figures. 
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The PDFs for the invariant mass and proper time describing the signal and background. $P_t^{\rm sig}$ refers to the decay time distribution in Eq. 9 and $A$ is given in Eq. 6. Where two numbers are listed, the first refers to the 2011 data and the second to the 2010 data. If only one number is listed they are the same for both years. The symbol $\hat{t}$ refers to the true time. 
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Summary of systematic uncertainties. Here $N_{\rm bkg}$ refers to the number of background events, $N_{\rm sig}$ the number of signal, $N_{\eta'}$ the number of $\eta'$, $\alpha$ the exponential background parameter for the $\overline{ B }{} ^0_s $ candidate mass, $N_{\rm LL}/N_{\rm bkg}$ the longlived background fraction. The Gaussian signal parameters are the mean $m_0$, the width $\sigma(m)$; $t_0$, $a$ and $n$ are the three parameters in the acceptance time function. The resolution in signal time is given by $\sigma(t)$, and the background lifetime by $\tau_{\rm bkg}$. The final uncertainty is found by adding all the sources in quadrature. 
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Created on 15 February 2019.Citation count from INSPIRE on 21 February 2019.