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Reconstruction of the extended gauge structure from Z' observables at future colliders.
The discovery of a new neutral gauge boson Z\ensuremath{'} with a mass in the TeV region would allow for the determination of gauge couplings of the Z\ensuremath{'} to ordinary quarks and leptons inExpand
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Possible method in some extensions of the standard model to produce and detect Higgs bosons at hadron colliders.
If an SU(2)-singlet quark (we call it {ital D}) with mass on the weak scale exists, for which there is some motivation, it can have a large decay to a normal quark plus a Higgs boson, e.g., {italExpand
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Determination of Z' gauge couplings to quarks and leptons at future hadron colliders.
We point out that at future hadron colliders the ratio of cross sections for [ital pp][r arrow][ital Z][prime][r arrow][ital l][sup +][ital l[minus]] in two rapidity bins is a useful probe of theExpand
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Hadron-collider limits on new electroweak interactions from the heterotic string.
We evaluate the {ital Z}{prime}{r arrow}{ital l}{sup +}l{sup {minus}} cross section at present and future hadron colliders, for the minimal (E{sub 6}) extended electroweak models inspired byExpand
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Diagnostic power of future colliders for Z' couplings to quarks and leptons: e+e- versus pp colliders.
  • del Aguila F, Cvetic
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. D, Particles and fields
  • 23 December 1993
We study the diagnostic power of future [ital e][sup +][ital e][sup [minus]] colliders with [radical][ital s] =500 GeV [the Next Linear Collider (NLC)] for a model-independent determination of theExpand
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Erratum: Hadron-collider limits on new electroweak interactions from the heterotic string
Bounds on new Z bosons.
Since new {ital Z} bosons ({ital Z}{prime}) are predicted by many approaches to particle physics beyond the standard model, the absence of a signal in lepton pairs at hadron colliders impliesExpand
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Z' decays into four fermions.
If a new Zis discovered with a mass � 1 TeV at LHC/SSC, its (rare) decays into two charged leptons plus missing transverse en- ergy will probe the Zcoupling to the lepton doublet �
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