Technicolor and the First Muon Collider
Lane, Kenneth D.
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Citation (published version)K. Lane. 1998. "Technicolor and the First Muon Collider." WORKSHOP ON PHYSICS AT THE FIRST MUON COLLIDER AND AT THE FRONT END OF A MUON COLLIDER. Workshop on Physics at the 1st Muon Collider and at the Front End of a Muon Collider. FERMI NATL ACCELERATOR LAB, BATAVIA, IL, 1997-11-06 - 1997-11-09. AIP Conference Proceedings 435, 711 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.56258
The motivations for studying dynamical scenarios of electroweak and flavor symmetry breaking are reviewed and the latest ideas, especially topcolor-assisted technicolor, are summarized. Technicolor’s observable low-energy signatures are discussed. The superb energy resolution of the First Muon Collider may make it possible to resolve the extraordinarily narrow technihadrons that occur in such models—π^0T, ρ^0T, ωT—and produce them at very large rates compared to other colliders.