Tensor gauge boson production in high-energy collisions

@article{Konitopoulos2009TensorGB,
  title={Tensor gauge boson production in high-energy collisions},
  author={Spyros Konitopoulos and Raffaele Fazio and George K. Savvidy},
  journal={EPL (Europhysics Letters)},
  year={2009},
  volume={85},
  pages={51001}
}
We considered spin-two gauge boson production in the fermion pair annihilation process and calculated the polarized cross-sections for each set of helicity orientations of initial and final particles. Adding up all sixteen amplitudes and averaging over the initial particle spins, we obtained the unpolarized cross-section. The angular dependence of these cross-sections is compared with the similar annihilation cross-sections in QED with two photons in the final state, with two gluons in QCD and… 

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