During 2011 the LHCb experiment at CERN collected 1.0 fb1 of sqrt{s} = 7 TeV pp collisions. Due to the large heavy quark production crosssections, these data provide unprecedented samples of heavy flavoured hadrons. The first results from LHCb have made a significant impact on the flavour physics landscape and have definitively proved the concept of a dedicated experiment in the forward region at a hadron collider. This document discusses the implications of these first measurements on classes of extensions to the Standard Model, bearing in mind the interplay with the results of searches for onshell production of new particles at ATLAS and CMS. The physics potential of an upgrade to the LHCb detector, which would allow an order of magnitude more data to be collected, is emphasised.
Summary of recent measurements of the angular observables (a) $F_{L}$, (b) $A_{\rm FB}$, (c) $S_{3}$ and (d) $S_{9}$ in $ B ^0 \!\rightarrow K ^{*0} \mu ^+\mu ^ $ decays at LHCb, CDF and the $ B $ factories \cite{LHCbCONF2012008}. Descriptions of these observables are provided in the text (see Eqs. (???), (???) and (???) and footnote ???). The theory predictions at low and highdimuon invariant masses are indicated by the coloured bands and are also described in detail in the text. 
BdKstmm_FL.pdf [19 KiB] HiDef png [271 KiB] Thumbnail [74 KiB] *.C file 

BdKstm[..].pdf [19 KiB] HiDef png [265 KiB] Thumbnail [71 KiB] *.C file 

BdKstmm_S3.pdf [18 KiB] HiDef png [205 KiB] Thumbnail [57 KiB] *.C file 

BdKstm[..].pdf [13 KiB] HiDef png [71 KiB] Thumbnail [19 KiB] *.C file 

Invariant mass of selected $ B ^+ \!\rightarrow \pi ^+ \mu ^+\mu ^ $ candidates in $1.0 \,fb^{1} $ of integrated luminosity \cite{LHCbPAPER2012020}. In the legend, "part. reco." and "combinatorial" refer to partially reconstructed and combinatorial backgrounds respectively. 
pimumu.pdf [22 KiB] HiDef png [448 KiB] Thumbnail [93 KiB] *.C file 

(a) $B \rightarrow K\mu ^+\mu ^ $ and (b) $B\rightarrow K^*\mu ^+\mu ^ $ isospin asymmetries in $1.0 \,fb^{1} $ of data collected by the LHCb collaboration in 2011 \cite{LHCbPAPER2012011}. 
isospin_K.pdf [14 KiB] HiDef png [78 KiB] Thumbnail [21 KiB] *.C file 

isospi[..].pdf [16 KiB] HiDef png [233 KiB] Thumbnail [58 KiB] *.C file 

Individual $2\,\sigma$ constraints in the complex planes of Wilson coefficients, coming from $B\rightarrow X_s\ell^+\ell^$ (brown), $B\rightarrow X_s\gamma$ (yellow), $A_{ C\!P }(b\rightarrow s\gamma)$ (orange), $B\rightarrow K^*\gamma$ (purple), $B\rightarrow K^*\mu^+\mu^$ (green), $B\rightarrow K\mu^+\mu^$ (blue) and $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow \mu^+\mu^$ (grey), as well as combined 1 and $2\,\sigma$ constraints (red) \cite{Altmannshofer:2012ir}. 
wccons[..].pdf [601 KiB] HiDef png [1 MiB] Thumbnail [206 KiB] *.C file 

Constraints from flavour observables in CMSSM in the plane ($m_{1/2}, m_0$) with $A_0=0$, for $\tan\beta$ = (left) 50 and (right) 30 \cite{Mahmoudi:2012uk}, using {\tt SuperIso} \cite{Mahmoudi:2007vz,Mahmoudi:2008tp}. The black line corresponds to the CMS exclusion limit with $1.1 \,fb^{1} $ of data \cite{Chatrchyan:2011zy} and the red line to the CMS exclusion limit with $4.4 \,fb^{1} $ of data \cite{CMSPASSUS12005}. 
cmssm_[..].png [21 KiB] HiDef png [117 KiB] Thumbnail [24 KiB] *.C file 

SUSY spread of (top left) $A_{\rm FB}(B\rightarrow K^*\mu^+\mu^)$ at low $q^2$, (top right) $q^2_0(B\rightarrow K^*\mu^+\mu^)$ and (bottom) $F_{\rm L}(B\rightarrow K^*\mu^+\mu^)$ as a function of the lightest stop mass, for $A_0=0$ and $\tan\beta$ = 50 \cite{Mahmoudi:2012un}, using {\tt SuperIso} \cite{Mahmoudi:2007vz,Mahmoudi:2008tp}. The solid red lines correspond to the preliminary LHCb central value with $1.0 \,fb^{1} $ \cite{LHCbCONF2012008}, while the dashed and dotted lines represent the 1 and $2\,\sigma$ bounds respectively, including both theoretical and experimental errors. 
tb50_A[..].png [10 KiB] HiDef png [169 KiB] Thumbnail [31 KiB] *.C file 

tb50_A[..].png [11 KiB] HiDef png [176 KiB] Thumbnail [31 KiB] *.C file 

tb50_A[..].png [10 KiB] HiDef png [152 KiB] Thumbnail [29 KiB] *.C file 

SUSY spread in NMFVmodels \cite{Behring:2012mv}. The light (dark) grey shaded areas are the 95 % (68 %) confidence limit (C.L.) bounds from $B \rightarrow K^{(*)} l^+ l^$ data \cite{Bobeth:2011nj}. The red dotted line denotes the $Z$penguin correlation $C^{Z\rm p}_{10}/C^{Z\rm p}_9 =1/(4 \sin^2 \theta_W1)$. The SM point $(C_9^{\rm SM},C_{10}^{\rm SM})$ is marked by the red dot. 
plotm[..].pdf [152 KiB] HiDef png [547 KiB] Thumbnail [86 KiB] *.C file 

Impact of the latest $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow \mu^+\mu^$ limits on the ($M_{A}$ , $\tan\beta$) plane in the (left) CMSSM and (right) NUHM1 \cite{Buchmueller:2012hv}. In each case, the full global fit is represented by an open green star and dashed blue and red lines for the 68 and 95 % C.L. contours, whilst the fits to the incomplete data sets are represented by closed stars and solid contours. 
cmssm_[..].pdf [29 KiB] HiDef png [453 KiB] Thumbnail [64 KiB] *.C file 

nuhm1_[..].pdf [34 KiB] HiDef png [574 KiB] Thumbnail [81 KiB] *.C file 

Distribution of pMSSM points after the $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow \mu^+ \mu^$ constraint projected on the $M_A$ (left) and ($M_A , \tan \beta$) plane (right) for all accepted pMSSM points (medium grey), points not excluded by the combination of the 2010 LHCb and CMS analyses (dark grey) and the projection for the points compatible with the measurement of the SM expected branching fractions with a 20 % total uncertainty (light grey) \cite{Arbey:2011aa}. 
MABsmm.png [6 KiB] HiDef png [63 KiB] Thumbnail [10 KiB] *.C file 

MATbBsmm.png [19 KiB] HiDef png [115 KiB] Thumbnail [20 KiB] *.C file 

(Left) Preliminary LHCb measurement of $\phi_s$ and $\Delta\Gamma_s$ from $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} \,\phi$ decays using $1.0 \,fb^{1} $ \cite{LHCbCONF2012002}. (Right) HFAG 2012 combination of $\phi_s$ and $\Delta\Gamma_s$ results, where the $1\,\sigma$ confidence region is shown for each experiment and the combined result \cite{HFAG}. Note the different scales. 
phis_j[..].pdf [14 KiB] HiDef png [359 KiB] Thumbnail [67 KiB] *.C file 

hfag_f[..].pdf [181 KiB] HiDef png [261 KiB] Thumbnail [57 KiB] *.C file 

(Left) $\pi^+\pi^$ mass distribution of selected $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} \,\pi^+ \pi^$ candidates and range used for the $\phi_s$ measurement. (Right) loglikelihood difference as a function $\phi_s$ \cite{LHCbPAPER2012006}. 
pipimass.pdf [34 KiB] HiDef png [332 KiB] Thumbnail [65 KiB] *.C file 

phis_j[..].pdf [37 KiB] HiDef png [246 KiB] Thumbnail [56 KiB] *.C file 

Comparison of direct and indirect determinations of $\sin \phi_d \equiv \sin 2\beta$ {\it vs.} $\cal B (B^+ \rightarrow \tau^+ \nu)$, from Ref. \cite{Charles:2004jd}. 
tensio[..].pdf [117 KiB] HiDef png [319 KiB] Thumbnail [66 KiB] *.C file 

Modelindependent fit \cite{Lenz:2012az} in the scenario that NP affects $M^q_{12}$ separately. The coloured areas represent regions with C.L. $< 68.3\,\%$ for the individual constraints. The red area shows the region with C.L. $< 68.3\,\%$ for the combined fit, with the two additional contours delimiting the regions with C.L. $< 95.45\,\%$ and C.L. $< 99.73\,\%$. 
NPmix_[..].pdf [66 KiB] HiDef png [495 KiB] Thumbnail [100 KiB] *.C file 

NPmix_[..].pdf [78 KiB] HiDef png [595 KiB] Thumbnail [114 KiB] *.C file 

Result of the UT fit within the SM: $\{\bar\rho, \bar\eta\}$ plane obtained by (left) UTfit \cite{Bona:2005vz} and (right) CKMfitter \cite{Charles:2004jd}. The 95 % probability regions selected by the single constraints are also shown with various colours for the different constraints. 
UTfit_[..].pdf [71 KiB] HiDef png [966 KiB] Thumbnail [146 KiB] *.C file 

CKMfit[..].pdf [78 KiB] HiDef png [855 KiB] Thumbnail [147 KiB] *.C file 

(Left) fit of the $K^+ \pi^ K^ \pi^+$ mass distribution for $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow K ^{*0} \overline{ K }{} ^{*0} $ candidates from $35 \,pb^{1} $ \cite{LHCbPAPER2011012}; (right) fit of the $K^+ K^ K^ K^+$ mass distribution for $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow \phi\phi$ candidates from $1.0 \,fb^{1} $ \cite{LHCbPAPER2012004}. 
kstarmass.pdf [19 KiB] HiDef png [413 KiB] Thumbnail [85 KiB] *.C file 

phiphi[..].pdf [11 KiB] HiDef png [274 KiB] Thumbnail [54 KiB] *.C file 

HFAG compilation of results for $ \sin 2\beta^{\rm eff}$ in $b \rightarrow s q \overline q $ decays \cite{HFAG}. 
sPengS[..].pdf [56 KiB] HiDef png [913 KiB] Thumbnail [169 KiB] *.C file 

A $ B ^ \rightarrow D ^0 K ^ $ box diagram electroweak correction (left) with a different CKM structure than the leading weak decay amplitude (right). 
EWcorr[..].pdf [7 KiB] HiDef png [465 KiB] Thumbnail [77 KiB] *.C file 

bTocsubar.pdf [6 KiB] HiDef png [215 KiB] Thumbnail [36 KiB] *.C file 

Invariant mass distributions of selected $ B ^\pm \rightarrow [\pi ^\pm K ^\pm ]_D h^\pm$ candidate events: (left) $ B ^ $ candidates, (right) $ B ^+ $ candidates \cite{LHCbPAPER2012001}. In the top plots, the track directly from the $B$ vertex passes a kaon identification requirement and the $ B $ candidates are reconstructed assigning this track the kaon mass. The remaining events are placed in the bottom row and are reconstructed with a pion mass hypothesis. The dark (red) curve represents the $ B \rightarrow D K ^\pm $ events, the light (green) curve is $ B \rightarrow D\pi ^\pm $. The shaded contribution are partially reconstructed events and the thin line shows the total fit function which also includes a linear combinatoric component. The broken line represents the partially reconstructed $\overline{ B }{} ^0_ s \rightarrow D ^0 K ^+ \pi ^ $ decays where the pion is lost. 
gwt1.pdf [197 KiB] HiDef png [542 KiB] Thumbnail [82 KiB] *.C file 

Mass distribution of the $ B^0_s \rightarrow D^\mp_s K^\pm$ candidate events \cite{LHCbPAPER2011022}. The stacked background shapes follow the same toptobottom order in the legend and in the plot. 
DsK.pdf [26 KiB] HiDef png [246 KiB] Thumbnail [46 KiB] *.C file 

From left to right: PDF for $\gamma$ obtained using the GL method as described in the text; PDF for $\gamma$ obtained using the Fleischer method for $\kappa=0.1,0.5$ \cite{Ciuchini:2012gd}. Here and in the following, dark (light) areas correspond to $68\,\%$ ($95\,\%$) probability regions. 
su3_co[..].pdf [12 KiB] HiDef png [230 KiB] Thumbnail [43 KiB] *.C file 

su3_co[..].pdf [10 KiB] HiDef png [217 KiB] Thumbnail [40 KiB] *.C file 

su3_co[..].pdf [22 KiB] HiDef png [336 KiB] Thumbnail [59 KiB] *.C file 

From left to right: PDF for $\gamma$ obtained using the combined method for $\kappa = 0.1$, $0.5$; $68\,\%$ probability region for $\gamma$ obtained using the combined method (filled area) or the GL method (horizontal lines) as a function of $\kappa$ \cite{Ciuchini:2012gd}. 
su3_co[..].pdf [10 KiB] HiDef png [221 KiB] Thumbnail [40 KiB] *.C file 

su3_co[..].pdf [11 KiB] HiDef png [239 KiB] Thumbnail [45 KiB] *.C file 

su3_co[..].pdf [6 KiB] HiDef png [171 KiB] Thumbnail [40 KiB] *.C file 

From left to right: PDFs for $\phi_\mathrm{NP}$, $d^\prime_\mathrm{NP}$ and $\theta^\prime_\mathrm{NP}$ obtained using the combined method with $\kappa = 0.5$ \cite{Ciuchini:2012gd}. 
su3_np[..].pdf [14 KiB] HiDef png [245 KiB] Thumbnail [45 KiB] *.C file 

su3_np[..].pdf [10 KiB] HiDef png [175 KiB] Thumbnail [37 KiB] *.C file 

su3_np[..].pdf [34 KiB] HiDef png [266 KiB] Thumbnail [51 KiB] *.C file 

Allowed region (shaded) in the $x_{12}^{\rm NP}/x_{12}\sin\phi_{12}^{\rm NP}$ plane. The red line corresponds to a GMFV prediction (see text for details) with $r_{\rm GMFV} \in [3,3]$. 
x12_phi12.png [18 KiB] HiDef png [109 KiB] Thumbnail [20 KiB] *.C file 

Bound on the squark mass degeneracy $\delta^{12}_{Q}$, defined in Eq. (???), as a function of the experimental constraint on $ C\!P$ violation in $ D ^0 $$\overline{ D }{} ^0 $ mixing, parametrised by $\sin \phi_{12}^{\rm exp}$. The alignment angle from the down sector is $\lambda_{\rm C}^5$ (left panel) or $\lambda_{\rm C}^3$ (right panel). The solid blue line in each panel is for $\bar m_{\tilde Q}=m_{\tilde g}=1 \mathrm{\,TeV} $ and the dashed red line is for $\bar m_{\tilde Q}=m_{\tilde g}=1.5 \mathrm{\,TeV} $. 
susy_cpv5.png [10 KiB] HiDef png [64 KiB] Thumbnail [11 KiB] *.C file 

susy_cpv3.png [11 KiB] HiDef png [70 KiB] Thumbnail [12 KiB] *.C file 

Invariant mass distribution of selected $\Upsilon$ candidates from $25 \,pb^{1} $ of data collected in 2010 \cite{LHCbPAPER2011036}. The $\Upsilon{(1S)}$ , $\Upsilon{(2S)}$ and $\Upsilon{(3S)}$ states are clearly resolved. The results of a maximum likelihood fit are superimposed. 
upsmass.pdf [73 KiB] HiDef png [352 KiB] Thumbnail [76 KiB] *.C file 

Invariant mass distribution of (top) $ B _ c ^+ \rightarrow { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} 3\pi^+$ and (bottom) $ B _ c ^+ \rightarrow { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} \pi^+$ candidates using $0.8 \,fb^{1} $ of integrated luminosity collected in 2011 \cite{LHCbPAPER2011044}. The results of maximum likelihood fits are superimposed. 
bcmass.pdf [18 KiB] HiDef png [584 KiB] Thumbnail [107 KiB] *.C file 

Invariant mass spectrum of $\Lambda _b^0 \pi^{+} \pi^{}$ \cite{LHCbPAPER2012012}. The points with error bars are the data, the solid line is the result of a fit to this distribution, and the dashed line is the fitted background contribution. 
lambda[..].pdf [29 KiB] HiDef png [396 KiB] Thumbnail [87 KiB] *.C file 

LHCb $Z$ and $W$ production results from $37 \,pb^{1} $ at $\sqrt{s}=7 \mathrm{\,TeV} $ \cite{LHCbPAPER2012008}. Left: $Z \rightarrow \mu^+\mu^$ peak. Right: $W^+  W^$ production asymmetry, where the bands correspond to the experimental uncertainties (only indicated within the LHCb acceptance), and the data points give predictions for various different parton density function sets. Note that the kinematic range of the ATLAS and CMS experiments only extends up to lepton pseudorapidities of 2.5. 
zpeak_[..].pdf [44 KiB] HiDef png [403 KiB] Thumbnail [63 KiB] *.C file 

Preliminary LHCb results on central exclusive $\chi_c$ production \cite{LHCbCONF2011022}. The $ { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} \gamma$ invariant mass in data is compared to the expectation of the {\tt SuperCHIC} Monte Carlo generator \cite{SUPERCHIC}, which has been normalised to the observed number of events. The relative proportions of $\chi_{c0}$, $\chi_{c1}$ and $\chi_{c2}$ are 12 %, 36 % and 52 % respectively. 
chic.pdf [22 KiB] HiDef png [709 KiB] Thumbnail [102 KiB] *.C file 

Animated gif made out of all figures. 
PAPER2012031.gif Thumbnail 
Status of $ B $ mixing measurements and corresponding SM predictions. New results presented at ICHEP 2012 and later are not included. The inclusive samesign dimuon asymmetry $A^b_{\rm SL}$ is defined below and in Ref. \cite{Abazov:2011yk}. 
Table_0.pdf [69 KiB] HiDef png [110 KiB] Thumbnail [19 KiB] tex code 

Predictions for some parameters of the SM fit and their measurements as combined by the UTfit and CKMfitter groups. Note that the two groups use different input values for some parameters. The lines marked with (*) are not used in the full fit. Details of the pull calculation can be found in Refs. \cite{Bona:2009cj,Lenz:2010gu}. New results presented at ICHEP2012 and later are not included in these analyses. 
Table_1.pdf [60 KiB] HiDef png [88 KiB] Thumbnail [14 KiB] tex code 

LHCb measurements of $\phi_s$. The quoted uncertainties are statistical and systematic, respectively. 
Table_2.pdf [53 KiB] HiDef png [33 KiB] Thumbnail [6 KiB] tex code 

Current and projected precisions of the key observables in $b \rightarrow s q \overline q $ decays. 
Table_3.pdf [71 KiB] HiDef png [39 KiB] Thumbnail [7 KiB] tex code 

Ultimate NP scales that can be probed using different observables listed in the first column. They are given by saturating the theoretical errors given respectively by 1) $\delta \gamma/\gamma=10^{6}$, 2) optimistically assuming no error on $f_B$, so that the ultimate theoretical error is only from electroweak corrections, 3) using SM predictions in Ref. \cite{Pirjol:2009vz}, 4) optimistically assuming perturbative error estimates $\delta \beta/\beta 0.1\,\%$ \cite{Grossman:2002bu}, and 5) from bounds for $ {\rm Re} \, C_1 ( {\rm Im} \,C_1)$ from UTfitter \cite{Bona:2007vi}. 
Table_4.pdf [49 KiB] HiDef png [63 KiB] Thumbnail [10 KiB] tex code 

Experimental data on $B\rightarrow \pi\pi$ and $ B ^0_ s \rightarrow K ^+ K ^ $ decays. The correlation column refers to that between $S_f$ and $C_f$ measurements. Except for the preliminary results in Ref. \cite{LHCbCONF2012007}, all other measurements have been averaged by HFAG \cite{HFAG}. The $ C\!P$ asymmetry of $B^+ \rightarrow \pi^+ \pi^0$ has been reported for completeness, although it has not been used in the analysis. New results on timedependent $ C\!P$ violation in $ B ^0 \rightarrow \pi ^+ \pi ^ $ reported by Belle at CKM2012 \cite{Adachi:2013mae} are not included. 
Table_5.pdf [62 KiB] HiDef png [46 KiB] Thumbnail [9 KiB] tex code 

Estimated precision of $\gamma$ measurements with $50\,fb^{1} $ for various charmed $B$ decay modes. 
Table_6.pdf [60 KiB] HiDef png [72 KiB] Thumbnail [12 KiB] tex code 

Projected statistical uncertainties with 1.0 and $2.5 \,fb^{1} $ of LHCb data. Yields are extrapolated based on samples used in analyses of 2011 data; sensitivities are projected from these yields assuming $1/\sqrt{N}$ scaling based on reported yields by LHCb, and using published input from BaBar , Belle , and CDF . The projected $ C\!P$ violation sensitivities may vary depending on the true values of the mixing parameters. 
Table_7.pdf [63 KiB] HiDef png [76 KiB] Thumbnail [12 KiB] tex code 

Summary of absolute systematic uncertainties for $\Delta {\cal A}_{ C\!P } $ . 
Table_8.pdf [17 KiB] HiDef png [73 KiB] Thumbnail [12 KiB] tex code 

Numbers of $ D ^0$ and $ D ^{*+} \!\rightarrow D ^0 \pi ^+ $ signal events observed in the 2011 data in a variety of channels and those projected for $50\,fb^{1} $. These channels can be used for mixing studies, for indirect $ C\!P$ violation studies, and for direct $ C\!P$ violation studies. As discussed in the text, the numbers of events in any one channel can vary from one analysis to another, depending on the level of cleanliness required. Hence, all numbers should be understood to have an inherent variation of a factor of 2. To control systematic uncertainties with the very high level of precision that will be required by the upgrade, it may be necessary to sacrifice some of the statistics. 
Table_9.pdf [53 KiB] HiDef png [116 KiB] Thumbnail [20 KiB] tex code 

Numbers of $ D ^+$ and $ D ^+_ s $ signal events observed in the 2011 data in a variety of channels and those projected for $50\,fb^{1} $. These channels can be used for direct $ C\!P$ violation studies. As discussed in the text, the numbers of events in any one channel can vary from one analysis to another, depending on the level of cleanliness required. To control systematic uncertainties with the very high level of precision that will be required by the upgrade, it may be necessary to sacrifice some of the statistics. 
Table_10.pdf [59 KiB] HiDef png [115 KiB] Thumbnail [20 KiB] tex code 

Estimated statistical uncertainties for mixing and $ C\!P$ violation measurements which can be made with the projected samples for $50\,fb^{1} $ described in Table ???. 
Table_11.pdf [64 KiB] HiDef png [93 KiB] Thumbnail [15 KiB] tex code 

Estimated statistical uncertainties for $ C\!P$ violation measurements which can be made with the projected $ D ^+$ samples for $50\,fb^{1} $ described in Table ???. 
Table_12.pdf [53 KiB] HiDef png [113 KiB] Thumbnail [17 KiB] tex code 

Expected crosssections in the LHCb acceptance and yields for double quarkonia production with $50 \,fb^{1} $ at $\sqrt{s} = 14 \mathrm{\,TeV} $. 
Table_13.pdf [38 KiB] HiDef png [77 KiB] Thumbnail [13 KiB] tex code 

Branching ratios and expected yields for selected $ B _ c ^+ $ decays to final states containing a $ { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} $ or $\psi {(2S)} $ meson. The branching ratios for the $ { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} $ modes are taken from Ref. \cite{lhcreport}, with the additional constraint of the ratio of the $ B _ c ^+ \rightarrow { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} 3\pi^+$ to $ B _ c ^+ \rightarrow { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} \pi^+$ reported in Ref. \cite{LHCbPAPER2011044}. The $\psi(2S)$ mode branching ratios are estimated assuming that they are 0.5 of the $ { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} $ values, as observed in many modes (see for example Ref. \cite{LHCbPAPER2012010}). Only dimuon modes are considered for the $ { J \mskip 3mu/\mskip 2mu\psi \mskip 2mu} $ and $\psi(2S)$, and only the $K^+K^{}\pi^{+}$ ($K^+\pi^{}\pi^{+}$) modes are considered for the $D^+_s$ ($D^+$) modes. The $ B _ c ^+ \rightarrow K^+ K^{*0}$ numbers are taken from Ref. \cite{Gao:2010zzc}. 
Table_14.pdf [55 KiB] HiDef png [81 KiB] Thumbnail [14 KiB] tex code 
Created on 18 December 2018.Citation count from INSPIRE on 18 December 2018.