A diphoton resonance from bulk RS
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CitationCsáki, Csaba, and Lisa Randall. 2016. “A Diphoton Resonance from Bulk RS.” J. High Energ. Phys. 2016 (7) (July). doi:10.1007/jhep07(2016)061.
AbstractRecent LHC data hinted at a 750 GeV mass resonance that decays into two photons. A significant feature of this resonance is that its decays to any other Standard Model particles would be too low to be detected so far. Such a state has a compelling explanation in terms of a scalar or a pseudoscalar that is strongly coupled to vector states charged under the Standard Model gauge groups. Such a scenario is readily accommodated in bulk RS with a scalar localized in the bulk away from but close to the Higgs. Turning this around, we argue that a good way to find the elusive bulk RS model might be the search for a resonance with prominent couplings to gauge bosons.
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