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Learning about the strongly interacting symmetry-breaking sector at the LHC

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Dobado González, Antonio and Herrero, M. J. and Pelaez, J.H. and Morales , E.R. and Urdiales, M.T. (1995) Learning about the strongly interacting symmetry-breaking sector at the LHC. Physics Letters B, 352 (03/04/). pp. 400-410. ISSN 0370-2693

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Abstract

In the present work we study the predictions for WZ and ZZ production at the LHC with the Electroweak Chiral Lagrangian (EChL) approach. Our analysis will be focused on the less favored case from the experimental point of view, in which the predictions for the gauge bosons scattering amplitudes are considered in the low energy range where, by construction of the low energy approach, they reveal no resonant behavior. The study includes the complete set of amplitudes for all the polarization states of the initial and/or final gauge bosons and makes no use of the Equivalence Theorem. We express the results in terms of the range of values of the chiral parameters that will be accessible at the LHC.


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We would like to thank the TH division at CERN for financial support and for their kind hospitality. We appreciate the continous encouragement from D. Denegri and thank him for the various discussions and useful comments on this and related subjects. We thank T. Rodrigo and the CMS Collaboration for discussions. This work has been partially supported by the Spanish Ministerio de Education y Ciencia under projects CICYT AEN93-0673, AEN90-0034 and AEN93-0776.

Uncontrolled Keywords:Chiral Perturbation-Theory, Generated Parton Distributions, Equivalence Theorem, Hadron Colliders, Precision-Measurements, Vertex, Lagrangians, Collisions, Scattering, Expansion
Subjects:Sciences > Physics
ID Code:22797
Deposited On:13 Sep 2013 17:15
Last Modified:07 Feb 2014 10:52

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