The spectroscopy of conventional hadrons containing a beauty quark is crucial to improve the knowledge of the non-perturbative regime of QCD. The LHCb experiment has been designed to study such hadrons and it is the ideal laboratory to search for as-yet-unobserved beauty baryons, including double heavy hadrons, and to perform precision measurements of already established hadrons. This talk presents the corresponding recent results performed at LHCb.
|Collaboration / Activity||LHCb|
|First author||Stefania Ricciardi|