Narrow technihadron production at the first muon collider
Lane, Kenneth D.
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Citation (published version)E. Eichten, K. Lane, J. Womersley. 1998. "Narrow technihadron production at the first muon collider." PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, Volume 80, Issue 25, pp. 5489 - 5492 (4). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.5489
In modern technicolor models, there exist very narrow spin-zero and spin-one neutral technihadrons— π^0T, ρ^0T, and ωT—with masses of a few 100 GeV. The large coupling of π0T to μ^+μ^−, the direct coupling of ρ^0T and ωT to the photon and Z^0, and the superb energy resolution of the First Muon Collider may make it possible to resolve these technihadrons and produce them at extraordinarily large rates. Received 20 February 1998