Where are the next Higgs bosons?

  title={Where are the next Higgs bosons?},
  author={Christopher T. Hill and Pedro A. N. Machado and A. E. Thomsen and Jessica Turner},
  journal={Physical Review D},
Simple symmetry arguments applied to the third generation lead to a prediction: there exist new sequential Higgs doublets with masses of order $\ensuremath{\lesssim}5.5\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$, with approximately universal Higgs-Yukawa coupling constants, $g\ensuremath{\sim}1$. This is calibrated by the known Higgs boson mass, the top quark Higgs-Yukawa coupling, and the $b$-quark mass. A new massive weak-isodoublet, ${H}_{b}$, coupled to the $b$-quark with $g\ensuremath{\sim}1$ is… Expand

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