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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS RESEARCH   WINTER 2018 , Volume 17 , Number 5 ; Page(s) 699 To 702.
 
Paper: 

SINGLE TOP PRODUCTION AS A CONSTRAINT FOR W’ BOSON

 
 
Author(s):  PAKTINAT MEHDIABADI S.*
 
* SCHOOL OF PARTICLES AND ACCELERATORS, INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN FUNDAMENTAL SCIENCES (IPM), TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

The existence of a new massive charged gauge boson, known as W’, is proposed by many new physics scenarios. When W’ decays to tb, the final state is very similar to the final state of the s-channel single top production, where W boson is the off-shell mediator to produce the top and bottom quarks. If W? exists, it can affect the cross section of the SM schannel single top production, so measuring this cross section can constrain the W’ contribution. We use different data categories from CMS and ATLAS experiments to constrain this contribution. Assuming a pure left-handed (righthanded) W’ gives a lower limit of 1290 (1360) GeV at 95% Confidence Level on the mass of W’. If the coupling coefficient is increased to 1.8, the lower limit on the W’ mass can exceed 1900 GeV, in special cases.

 
Keyword(s): TOP QUARK, W’ BOSON, LHC PHYSICS
 
 
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PAKTINAT MEHDIABADI, S. (2018). SINGLE TOP PRODUCTION AS A CONSTRAINT FOR W’ BOSON. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS RESEARCH, 17(5 ), 699-702. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=573287



Vancouver: Copy

PAKTINAT MEHDIABADI S.. SINGLE TOP PRODUCTION AS A CONSTRAINT FOR W’ BOSON. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS RESEARCH. 2018 [cited 2021July25];17(5 ):699-702. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=573287



IEEE: Copy

PAKTINAT MEHDIABADI, S., 2018. SINGLE TOP PRODUCTION AS A CONSTRAINT FOR W’ BOSON. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS RESEARCH, [online] 17(5 ), pp.699-702. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=573287.



 
 
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