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The LHCb Experiment at LHC: First Results and Prospects

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This talk will review the motivation behind some of the key physics goals of the LHCb experiment and will present the first results. The main focus will be the decays Bs,d->mumu, which can be used to probe any extended Higgs sector; the decay Bs->J/Psi phi, which probes new phases in Bs-mixing; and the decay Bd->K*mumu, which is sensitive to new couplings. The prospects for 2011 data-taking will also be reviewed, along with other first measurements that LHCb has made.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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