Some Possible Particles Decays from pp Collisions at LHC Experiment


Some of the possible decays of pp collisions at LHC experiment are considered. The vector bosons mediating in the electroweak interactions and right-handed leptons except neutrinos are assumed to be the most resultant particles from the pp collisions. Neutrinos and anti-neutrinos will be observed when one-double electron charged vector bosons are the resultant particles. The charge conservation is thought to be the dominant factor of these decays. The amplitude transitions for Feynman diagram of these decays are written.

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Arslan, H. (2014) Some Possible Particles Decays from pp Collisions at LHC Experiment. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 1023-1026. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.511103.

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