High Energy Particle Physics


Singlet Higgs Spontaneity in Considered Action: the Lie-Dependent Masses

Authors: Zheng-chen Liang

We derived the Lie-dependent masses of certain particles gauged as TeVeS in considered Lie groups raised from gauge couplings with constant global sections of singlet Higgs under the algorithm on mass terms which comes out naturally from the kinetic part of our considered TaLie action, and also available on the gauge fields as connections in formed Y-M actions. With the only parameters, \textit{scaled mass} $M(H^{D})\in\mathbb{R^{+}}$ of each Higgs section introduced in this mechanism, we concretely computed the masses $m_{W^{\pm}}$, $m_{Z^{0}}$, $m_{X}$ and $m_{H}$ under the gauge selection $E_{8(-24)}$ in \textit{Lie Group Cosmology} (LGC), figuring out how the masses of every different singlet Higgs bosons all equal one real number $\sqrt{2}\cdot M(H^{\Sigma})$. When comparing the results with recent experiments at LHC, we find the singlet Higgs spontaneity with algorithms derived from our considered action under the gauge selection of LGC is consistent with current data including the diphoton excess at $750$ GeV, as well as stating some important implications from the derived Lie-dependent masses and our constructions on the mechanism.

Comments: 12 Pages. This paper has been published by chinaXiv:201608.00018, but somehow deleted by chinaXiv on May 9, 2017.

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