Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of FICPLHC


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Nov 8, 2018 5:56:36 PM (5 weeks ago)
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AndreasGoudelis
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  • FICPLHC

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    9 In this set of three models, the Standard Model of particle physics (SM) is augmented by a gauge singlet scalar particle ''s'', which plays the role of a dark matter candidate, along with an ''SU(2),,L,,''-singlet vector-like fermion ''F''. These particles are taken to be odd under a discrete '''Z,,2,,''' symmetry, whereas the SM is taken to be even. The dark matter particles communicate with the SM through Yukawa-type interactions involving the left-handed component of the vector-like fermion and the right-handed component of the SM fermions, as well as through the Higgs portal interaction. The three models are distinguished by the ''SU(3),,c,, X U(1),,Y,,'' transformation properties of ''F'', which depend on whether the new Yukawa-type interactions involve the SM right-handed leptons, up-type quarks or down-type quarks. For more details please cf the accompanying pdf that can be found in the Attachments section.
     9In this set of three models, the Standard Model of particle physics (SM) is augmented by a gauge singlet scalar particle ''s'', which plays the role of a dark matter candidate, along with an ''SU(2),,L,,''-singlet vector-like fermion ''F''. These particles are taken to be odd under a discrete '''Z,,2,,''' symmetry, whereas the SM is taken to be even. The dark matter particles communicate with the SM through Yukawa-type interactions involving the left-handed component of the vector-like fermion and the right-handed component of the SM fermions, as well as through the Higgs portal interaction. The three models are distinguished by the ''SU(3),,c,, X U(1),,Y,,'' transformation properties of ''F'', which depend on whether the new Yukawa-type interactions involve the SM right-handed leptons, up-type quarks or down-type quarks. For more details please ''cf'' the accompanying pdf that can be found in the Attachments section.
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