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LEFT–RIGHT ASYMMETRIES AND EXOTIC VECTOR–BOSON DISCOVERY IN LEPTON–LEPTON COLLIDERS

International Journal of Modern Physics A (Impact Factor: 1.13). 01/2012; 16(06). DOI: 10.1142/S0217751X01003275

ABSTRACT By considering left–right (L–R) asymmetries we study the capabilities of lepton colliders in searching for new exotic vector bosons. Specifically we study the effect of a doubly charged bilepton boson and an extra neutral vector boson appearing in a 3-3-1 model on the L–R asymmetries for the processes e-e-→e-e-, μ-μ-→ μ-μ- and e-μ-→e- μ- and show that these asymmetries are very sensitive to these new contributions and that they are in fact powerful tools for discovery of this sort of vector bosons.

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