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H$\rightarrow$invisible at the ILC with SiD

@inproceedings{Steinhebel2021HrightarrowinvisibleAT,
  title={H\$\rightarrow\$invisible at the ILC with SiD},
  author={A. Steinhebel and J. Brau and C. Potter},
  year={2021}
}
The Standard Model (SM) predicts a branching ratio of the Higgs boson decaying to invisible particles of O(0.001), though current measurements have only set upper limits on this value. The small SM-allowed rate can be enhanced if the Higgs boson decays into new particles such as dark matter. Upper limits have been placed on BH→inv. by ATLAS and CMS at O(0.1), but the hadron environment limits precision. The ILC ‘Higgs factory’ will provide unprecedented precision of this electroweak measurement… Expand

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