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Possible anomalies in Higgs decay: charm-suppression and flavour-violation

AuthorsBordes, José ; Hong-Mo, Chan; Tsun, Tsou Sheung
Issue DateFeb-2010
CitationEuropean Physical Journal C - Particles and Fields 65 (3-4): 537-542 (2010)
AbstractIt is suggested that the Higgs boson may have a branching ratio into the c (c) over bar c mode suppressed by several orders of magnitude compared with conventional predictions and in addition some small but detectable flavour-violating modes such as b (s) over bar and tau(mu) over bar. The suggestion is based on a scheme proposed and tested earlier for explaining the mixing pattern and mass hierarchy of fermions in terms of a rotating mass matrix. If confirmed, the effects would cast new light on the geometric origin of fermion generations and of the Higgs field itself.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1140/epjc/s10052-009-1186-9
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