20 | | where the extra terms respectively represents the gauge-invariant kinetic terms for the triplet, the extra pieces to the scalar potential and the Yukawa interactions giving rise to neutrino masses. The above Lagrangian was implemented in the Feynman Gauge into !FeynRules 2.3.35. QCD renormalisation and R,,2,, rational counterterms were determined using [/raw-attachment/wiki/MSSMatNLO/MoGRe_v1.1.m MoGRe v1.1], NLOCT v1.02 and !FeynArts 3.9. Feynman rules were collected into a single UFO, available below. In the [/raw-attachment/wiki/TypeIISeesaw/typeII_4FNS_v1_2.ufo.tgz ~~UFO model] (normal hierarchy) and [/raw-attachment/wiki/TypeIISeesaw/typeII_ih_4FNS_v1_1.ufo.tgz UFO model] (inverted hierarchy) and ~~, four massless quarks are assumed as are zero off-diagonal CKM matrix entries. |

| 20 | where the extra terms respectively represents the gauge-invariant kinetic terms for the triplet, the extra pieces to the scalar potential and the Yukawa interactions giving rise to neutrino masses. The above Lagrangian was implemented in the Feynman Gauge into !FeynRules 2.3.35. QCD renormalisation and R,,2,, rational counterterms were determined using [/raw-attachment/wiki/MSSMatNLO/MoGRe_v1.1.m MoGRe v1.1], NLOCT v1.02 and !FeynArts 3.9. Feynman rules were collected into a single UFO, available below. In the [/raw-attachment/wiki/TypeIISeesaw/typeII_4FNS_v1_2.ufo.tgz normal hierarchy] and [/raw-attachment/wiki/TypeIISeesaw/typeII_ih_4FNS_v1_1.ufo.tgz inverted hierarchy] UFO models, four massless quarks are assumed as are zero off-diagonal CKM matrix entries. |