# Four and two-lepton signals of leptophilic gauge interactions at large colliders

@inproceedings{guila2015FourAT,
title={Four and two-lepton signals of leptophilic gauge interactions at large colliders},
author={Francisco del {\'A}guila and Mikael Chala and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Cerver{\'o} Santiago and Yasuhiro Yamamoto},
year={2015}
}
• Published 4 May 2015
• Physics
Many Standard Model extensions can contribute to four-lepton signals at large colliders. We review the particular case of leptophilic interactions eventually observable at the LHC and the ILC, paying special attention to the addition of a new vector boson coupled to muon minus tau lepton number, $Z'_{\mu - \tau}$, and emphasizing the prospects at a very large hadron collider with $\sqrt s =$ 100 TeV. We also discuss in this case the new contribution to two-lepton (Drell-Yan) production when the…
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