Technicolor at the Tevatron

  title={Technicolor at the Tevatron},
  author={E. Eichten and K. Lane and A. Martin},
  • E. Eichten, K. Lane, A. Martin
  • Published 2011
  • Physics
  • We propose that the 3.2 sigma excess at ~150 GeV in the dijet mass spectrum of W + jets reported by CDF is the technipion $\pi_T$ of low-scale technicolor. Its relatively large cross section is due to production of a narrow $Wjj$ resonance, the technirho, which decays to W + $\pi_T$. We discuss ways to enhance and strengthen the technicolor hypothesis and suggest companion searches at the Tevatron and LHC. 
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