So, after going over my particle physics notes and some introducing literature, it seems the currently known processes we experimentally confirmed to be CP violating are
- Kaon mixing (an indirect violation)
- Kaon decay (a direct violation)
- B meson decay (also a direct violation)
The Feynman graphs for Kaon mixing and B decay should be (note: these were made by me, that's why I ask) the following
Time in my plots goes from left to right. Now, do we suspect any other specific processes to be CP violating? Or are there some exotic ones my course eventually didn't cover because of time and complexity constraints?