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Burgess, C. and Moore, G. (2007) The Standard Model, A Primer. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

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  • TITLE: Higgs-Like Boson and Bound State of Gauge Bosons W+W-

    AUTHORS: F. C. Hoh

    KEYWORDS: Bound State of W+W-, Scalar Strong Interaction, Soliton-Like Equation

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.7 No.1, January 8, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The Higgs-like boson H(126) discovered in 2012 is tentatively assigned to a newly found bound state of two charged gauge bosons W+W-. Starting from the scalar strong interaction hadron theory, a first principles’ theory, a nonlinear, soliton-like differential equation dependent upon the distance between the two W bosons is derived. This equation is solved on a computer. A new, nonlinear confinement mechanism, not yet understood, binds the both bosons and gives a bound state mass EB = 155.8 GeV. This EB, derived at the quantum mechanical level, is estimated to reduce to EB = 110 GeV when quantized field effects are included via coarse approximations and replacement of the bare constants by renormalized ones. These developments lead to a revised status of the standard model.