Implications of physics beyond the Standard Model in the quark and lepton sectors

  title={Implications of physics beyond the Standard Model in the quark and lepton sectors},
  author={Rasmus W. Rasmussen},
  • Rasmus W. Rasmussen
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • The Standard Model (SM) of particle physics is a well-tested and predictive theory, being celebrated as one of the most successful models in newer time. However, non-zero neutrino masses, the existence of dark matter, and the baryon asymmetry suggest physics beyond the SM since the SM is not capable of explaining these phenomena. Thus, in order to have a model consistent with observations, a more complete theory is needed. There are several Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) scenarios which can… CONTINUE READING

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