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ChrisVer

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Last one before my exam tomorrow...

I was wondering. If we have B meson oscillations we can write the light/heavy eigenstates:

[itex]|B_L> = p |B^0> + q |\bar{B}^0>[/itex]

[itex]|B_H> = p |B^0> - q |\bar{B}^0> [/itex]

with [itex]|p|^2 + |q|^2 =1[/itex]...

How can I see that:

[itex] \frac{q}{p}= -\dfrac{ \Delta m_B - (i/2) \Delta \Gamma_B}{2 [M_{12} - (i/2) \Gamma_{12}]}[/itex]

??

I was wondering. If we have B meson oscillations we can write the light/heavy eigenstates:

[itex]|B_L> = p |B^0> + q |\bar{B}^0>[/itex]

[itex]|B_H> = p |B^0> - q |\bar{B}^0> [/itex]

with [itex]|p|^2 + |q|^2 =1[/itex]...

How can I see that:

[itex] \frac{q}{p}= -\dfrac{ \Delta m_B - (i/2) \Delta \Gamma_B}{2 [M_{12} - (i/2) \Gamma_{12}]}[/itex]

??

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