Authors: E. Koorambas
The latest Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF) anomaly, the excess of dijet events in the invariant-mass window 120-160 GeV in associated production with a W boson, can be explained by a new neutral vector C-boson of mass (145 GeV) that is predicted by the Wu mechanisms for mass generation of gauge field. The Standard Model (SM) W, Z-bosons normally get its masses through the coupling with the SM Higgs of mass 114-200 GeV. Here, the C boson has negligible couplings to leptons, and so is not affected by the dilepton C constraints.
Comments: 11 pages with 1 table, submited to Journal of Physics G, comments and criticism are welcome
[v1] 29 Sep 2011
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