Electroweak phase transition in the presence of hypermagnetic field and the generation of gravitational waves

@article{Abedi2022ElectroweakPT,
  title={Electroweak phase transition in the presence of hypermagnetic field and the generation of gravitational waves},
  author={Habib Abedi and Moslem Ahmadvand and S. S. Gousheh},
  journal={Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics},
  year={2022}
}
We investigate the effects of a large-scale background hypermagnetic field on the electroweak phase transition. We propose a model in which an effective weak angle varies during the electroweak phase transition and upon its use we show that, although for the majority of the parameter space the phase transition is a crossover, there are some regions in which the phase transition occurs in two steps and can be first-order. We obtain all of the important quantities characterizing the details of the… 

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