Some New Particles beyond the Standard Model


In this work a simulated B-L model at Large Hadrons Collider is presented using Monte Carlo si- mulation software. B-L model is one of the scenarios proposed to add an extension of the standard models. B-L model predicts the existence of three new particles at the LHC. They are a new neutral massive gauge boson, three heavy neutrinos and a heavy Higgs boson.

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Mansour, H. and Bakheet, N. (2014) Some New Particles beyond the Standard Model. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 2, 55-60. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2014.25008.

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