A light scalar in low-scale technicolor
Lane, Kenneth D.
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Citation (published version)Antonio Delgado, Kenneth Lane, Adam Martin. 2011. "A light scalar in low-scale technicolor." PHYSICS LETTERS B, Volume 696, Issue 5, pp. 482 - 486 (5). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physletb.2011.01.009
In addition to the narrow spin-one resonances 𝘱T, ωT 𝛼T and occurring in low-scale technicolor, there will be relatively narrow scalars in the mass range 200 to 600–700 GeV. We study the lightest isoscalar state, σT. In several important respects it is like a heavy Higgs boson with a small vev. It may be discoverable with high luminosity at the LHC where it is produced via weak boson fusion and likely has substantial 𝘞^+ 𝘞^- and 𝘡^0 𝘡^0 decay modes.
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