Let's say I have one particle disintegrating, into 3 product , like b---> s + (l+) + (l-)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

where b is the b quark, s is the s quark and and i have a letpon and anti-lepton.

I have calculated for example for a certain penguin diagram, the Wilson coefficients and the operators, or in simple words i have the effective Hamiltonian, how can i proceed from here, knowing the Eff H, to determine what kind of angular distribution the leptons are in?

I know this probably basic stuff but for some reason i can't find any reference for this, either i'm doing something wrong, or ???

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# Angular Distribution

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