Changes between Version 89 and Version 90 of ALRM
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 05/28/16 21:00:00 (4 years ago)
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v89 v90 23 23 As any other leftright symmetric model, ALRM is a QFT gauged by ''SU(3)_C×SU(2)_L×SU(2)_R×U(1)_BL''. The latter ''B'' and ''L'' being the baryon and lepton numbers. An extra discrete symmetry ''S'' is imposed to distinguish between Higgs fields and their dual fields and hence their interactions. 24 24 25 As in the SM, left fermions compose ''SU(2)_L'' doublets. Right charged leptons are accommodated in ''SU(2)_R'' doublets with corresponding extra particles (scotinos) and right upquarks in ''SU(2)_R'' doublets with corresponding extra downtype exotic quarks. Right neutrinos and downquarks are ''SU(2)_L,R'' singlets. The Higgs sector composes of an ''SU(2)_L''doublet, an ''SU(2)_R''doublet and a bidoublet. The physical gauge sector of the model contains the electroweak gauge bosons (photon, ''W'' and ''Z'' bosons) andtwo extra gauge bosons (''W' '' and ''Z' '') correspond to the ''SU(2)_R'' group.25 As in the SM, left fermions compose ''SU(2)_L'' doublets. Right charged leptons are accommodated in ''SU(2)_R'' doublets with corresponding extra particles (scotinos) and right upquarks in ''SU(2)_R'' doublets with corresponding extra downtype exotic quarks. Right neutrinos and downquarks are ''SU(2)_L,R'' singlets. The Higgs sector composes of an ''SU(2)_L''doublet, an ''SU(2)_R''doublet and a bidoublet. The physical gauge sector of the model contains the electroweak gauge bosons (photon, ''W'' and ''Z'' bosons) in addition to two extra gauge bosons (''W' '' and ''Z' '') correspond to the ''SU(2)_R'' group. 26 26 27 27 The electroweak leftright symmetry ''SU(2)_L×SU(2)_R×U(1)_BL'' is broken down to the SM electroweak symmetry ''SU(2)_L×U(1)_Y'', ''Y'' being the hypercharge, by the ''SU(2)_R''doublet vev, then the electroweak symmetry is broken down to the ''U(1)_em'' through the bidoublet and the ''SU(2)_L''doublet vevs. Accordingly, all ferminos and gauge bosons (except of course photon) become massive via Higgs mechanism.