Neutrino mixing and RK anomaly in U(1)X models: a bottom-up approach

@article{Bhatia2017NeutrinoMA,
  title={Neutrino mixing and RK anomaly in U(1)X models: a bottom-up approach},
  author={D. Bhatia and S. Chakraborty and A. Dighe},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2017},
  volume={2017},
  pages={1-29}
}
A bstractWe identify a class of U(1)X models which can explain the RK anomaly and the neutrino mixing pattern, by using a bottom-up approach. The different X-charges of lepton generations account for the lepton universality violation required to explain RK . In addition to the three right-handed neutrinos needed for the Type-I seesaw mechanism, these minimal models only introduce an additional doublet Higgs and a singlet scalar. While the former helps in reproducing the quark mixing structure… Expand

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