# Comment on “Accumulating evidence for the associate production of a neutral scalar with mass around 151 GeV”

@article{Fowlie2021CommentO, title={Comment on “Accumulating evidence for the associate production of a neutral scalar with mass around 151 GeV”}, author={Andrew Fowlie}, journal={Physics Letters B}, year={2021} }

## 3 Citations

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The two-Higgs-doublet model with a $U(1)_H$ gauge symmetry (N2HDM-$U(1)$) has several advantages compared to the $Z_2$ version (N2HDM-$Z_2$): It is purely based on gauge symmetries, involves only…

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