Finding low-scale technicolor at hadron colliders

@article{Eichten1997FindingLT,
  title={Finding low-scale technicolor at hadron colliders},
  author={E. Eichten and K. Lane and J. Womersley},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={1997},
  volume={405},
  pages={305-311}
}
In multiscale and topcolor-assisted models of walking technicolor, relatively light spin-one technihadrons ρT and ωT exist and are expected to decay as ρT → W πT, ZπT and ωT → γπT. For MρT ≃ 200GeV and MπT ≃ 100GeV, these processes have cross sections in the picobarn range in ¯ pp colisions at the Tevatron and about 10 times larger at the Large Hadron Collider. We demonstrate their detectability with simulations appropriate to Run II conditions at the Tevatron. 

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