The ratio of branching fractions of the radiative B decays B0 > K*0 gamma and Bs0 phi gamma has been measured using an integrated luminosity of 1.0 fb1 of pp collision data collected by the LHCb experiment at a centreofmass energy of sqrt(s)=7 TeV. The value obtained is BR(B0 > K*0 gamma)/BR(Bs0 > phi gamma) = 1.23 +/ 0.06(stat.) +/ 0.04(syst.) +/ 0.10(fs/fd), where the first uncertainty is statistical, the second is the experimental systematic uncertainty and the third is associated with the ratio of fragmentation fractions fs/fd. Using the world average value for BR(B0 > K*0 gamma), the branching fraction BR(Bs0 > phi gamma) is measured to be (3.5 +/ 0.4) x 10^{5}. The direct CP asymmetry in B0 > K*0 gamma decays has also been measured with the same data and found to be A(CP)(B0 > K*0 gamma) = (0.8 +/ 1.7(stat.) +/ 0.9(syst.))%. Both measurements are the most precise to date and are in agreement with the previous experimental results and theoretical expectations.
Invariantmass distributions of the (a) $ K ^{*0}$ and (b) $\phi$ resonance candidates. The black points represent the data and the fit result is represented as a solid blue line. The fit is described in the text. The regions outside the vector meson invariantmass window are shaded. The Poisson $\chi^2$ residuals [28] are shown below the fits with the $\pm2\,\sigma$ confidencelevel interval delimited by solid red lines. 
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Invariantmass distributions of the (a) $ B ^0 \!\rightarrow K ^{*0} \gamma $ and (b) $ B ^0_ s \!\rightarrow \phi \gamma $ candidates. The black points represent the data and the fit result is represented as a solid blue line. The signal is fitted with a doublesided Crystal Ball function (shortdashed green line). The combinatorial background is modelled with an exponential function (longdashed red line). In decreasing amplitude order, the exclusive background contributions to $ B ^0 \!\rightarrow K ^{*0} \gamma $ are $ B^{+(0)}\!\rightarrow K^{*0}\pi^{+(0)}\gamma$ (shortdotted black), $B\rightarrow K^{*0}(\phi)\pi^0X$ (longdashed blue), $ B ^0_ s \!\rightarrow K^{*0}\gamma$ (dotted shortdashed green), $\Lambda ^0_ b \!\rightarrow \Lambda ^*\gamma$ (doubledotted dashed pink), $ B ^0 \!\rightarrow K^+\pi^\pi^0$ (dotted longdashed black) and $ B ^0_ s \!\rightarrow K^+\pi^\pi^0$ (longdotted blue). The background contributions to $ B ^0_ s \!\rightarrow \phi \gamma $ are $ B^{+(0)}\!\rightarrow \phi K^{+(0)}\gamma$ (dotted black), $\Lambda ^0_ b \!\rightarrow \Lambda ^*\gamma$ (doubledotted dashed pink) and $ B ^0_ s \!\rightarrow K^+K^\pi^0$ (dotteddashed black). No significant contribution to $ B ^0_ s \!\rightarrow \phi \gamma $ is found from partially reconstructed $B\rightarrow K^{*0}(\phi)\pi^0X$ decays. The Poisson $\chi^2$ residuals [28] are shown below the fit with the $\pm 2\,\sigma$ confidencelevel interval delimited by solid red lines. 
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Invariantmass distributions of the (a) $\overline{ B }{} ^0$ $\rightarrow$ $\overline{ K }{} ^{*0}$ $\gamma $ and (b) $ B ^0 \!\rightarrow K ^{*0} \gamma $ decay candidates. The black points represent the data and the fit result is represented as a solid blue line. The different background components are also shown. The Poisson $\chi^2$ residuals [28] are shown below the fits with the $\pm2\,\sigma$ confidencelevel interval delimited by solid red lines. 
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Expected contributions to the $ B ^0 \!\rightarrow K ^{*0} \gamma $ and $ B ^0_ s \!\rightarrow \phi \gamma $ yields in the $\pm$1 $ {\mathrm{\,Ge V\!/}c^2}$ mass window from the exclusive background channels: radiative decays, $h^+h'^\gamma$ (top), charmless b decays involving energetic $\pi^0$, $h^+h'^\pi^0$ (middle) and partially reconstructed decays (bottom). The average measurement (exp.) or theoretical (theo.) branching fraction is given where available. Each exclusive contribution above 0.1% is included in the fit model, with a fixed shape determined from simulation. The amplitude of the partially reconstructed backgrounds is left to vary in the fit while the $h^+h'^\gamma$ and $h^+h'^\pi^0$ contributions are fixed to their expected level. 
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Summary of the individual contributions to the relative systematic uncertainty on the ratio of branching fractions as defined in Eq. ???. 
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$ C\!P$ asymmetry and total number of signal candidates measured for each magnet polarity. 
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Corrections to the raw asymmetry and corresponding systematic uncertainties. 
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Supplementary material full pdf 
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