The \bar{B} \to X_s γγdecay: NLL QCD contribution of the Electromagnetic Dipole operator O_7

Kokulu, Ahmet (May 2012). The \bar{B} \to X_s γγdecay: NLL QCD contribution of the Electromagnetic Dipole operator O_7. In: Flavor Physics and CP Violation (FPCP 2012). Hefei, China. 21.-25,05.2012.

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We calculate the set of O(\alpha_s) corrections to the double differential decay width d\Gamma_{77}/(ds_1 \, ds_2) for the process \bar{B} \to X_s \gamma \gamma originating from diagrams involving the electromagnetic dipole operator O_7. The kinematical variables s_1 and s_2 are defined as s_i=(p_b - q_i)^2/m_b^2, where p_b, q_1, q_2 are the momenta of b-quark and two photons. While the (renormalized) virtual corrections are worked out exactly for a certain range of s_1 and s_2, we retain in the gluon bremsstrahlung process only the leading power w.r.t. the (normalized) hadronic mass s_3=(p_b-q_1-q_2)^2/m_b^2 in the underlying triple differential decay width d\Gamma_{77}/(ds_1 ds_2 ds_3). The double differential decay width, based on this approximation, is free of infrared- and collinear singularities when combining virtual- and bremsstrahlung corrections. The corresponding results are obtained analytically. When retaining all powers in s_3, the sum of virtual- and bremstrahlung corrections contains uncanceled 1/\epsilon singularities (which are due to collinear photon emission from the s-quark) and other concepts, which go beyond perturbation theory, like parton fragmentation functions of a quark or a gluon into a photon, are needed which is beyond the scope of our paper.

Item Type:

Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)

Division/Institute:

08 Faculty of Science > Institute of Theoretical Physics

UniBE Contributor:

Kokulu, Ahmet

Language:

English

Submitter:

Esther Fiechter

Date Deposited:

04 Oct 2013 14:42

Last Modified:

09 Nov 2016 10:50

ArXiv ID:

1207.2397v1

BORIS DOI:

10.7892/boris.17061

URI:

https://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/17061 (FactScience: 224782)

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