Electroweak corrections to the fermionic decays of heavy Higgs states

  title={Electroweak corrections to the fermionic decays of heavy Higgs states},
  author={Florian Domingo and Sebastian Pa{\ss}ehr},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
Extensions of the standard model often come with additional, possibly electroweakly charged Higgs states, the prototypal example being the Two-Higgs-Doublet Model. While collider phenomenology does not exclude the possibility for some of these new scalar fields to be light, it is relatively natural to consider masses in the multi-TeV range, in which case the only remaining light Higgs boson automatically receives SM-like properties. The appearance of a hierarchy between the new-physics states… 
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