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CP violation and beyond

Experiments around the world are looking for signs of the charge conjugation and parity (CP) symmetry violation. Some of these searches might also reveal physics beyond the standard model.

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Fig. 1: Experiments searching for signs of charge conjugation and parity (CP) symmetry violation.

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Georgescu, I. CP violation and beyond. Nat Rev Phys 2, 120–122 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42254-020-0159-7

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