TeV scale resonant leptogenesis with Lμ−Lτ gauge symmetry in light of the muon g−2

  title={TeV scale resonant leptogenesis with 
 gauge symmetry in light of the muon 
  author={Debasish Borah and Arnab Dasgupta and Devabrat Mahanta},
  journal={Physical Review D},
Motivated by the growing evidence for the possible lepton flavour universality violation after the first results from Fermilab’s muon (g − 2) measurement, we revisit one of the most widely studied anomaly free extensions of the standard model namely, gauged Lμ − Lτ model, to find a common explanation for muon (g − 2) as well as baryon asymmetry of the universe via leptogenesis. The minimal setup allows TeV scale resonant leptogenesis satisfying light neutrino data while the existence of light L… Expand
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