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CP-violation in standard model is due to CKM complex phase of the quarks sector. You can see the parametrization of CKM matrix, like Wolfenstein parametrization, and see that there is only a phase in CKM matrix, the work of Kobayashi-Maskawa is about to understand that you need three generation of quarks to have CP-violation. Now you can have a similar ...


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In the Standard Model, the lepton sector does not have CP violating couplings (at tree level). The quark sector however has CP-violating couplings (through the CKM matrix). The PMNS matrix (describing neutrino mixing), may have a complex phase (implying CP violation). Whether it has a nonzero phase or not remains to be tested experimentally. This is ...



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