High Energy Particle Physics


Do Heavy Gauge Bosons Exist?

Authors: Kenneth Dalton

Recently, transverse and longitudinal solutions were found for the W and Z bosons. They satisfy the nonlinear cubic wave equation. Here, new solutions are given which correspond to particles with mass m'_W = 114 GeV and m'_Z = 129 GeV. A neutral particle has been found at CERN near 129 GeV. It remains to be seen whether charged particles will be discovered at 114 GeV.

Comments: 4 Pages. Journal-Ref: Hadronic J, 39(1), 67 (2016)

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[v1] 2012-08-11 23:46:12
[v2] 2013-05-22 22:05:43
[v3] 2013-06-14 22:02:09

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