volume 42, issue 5, P1673-1691 1990
DOI: 10.1103/physrevd.42.1673
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Abstract: Even though the standard model of the strong and electroweak interactions has proven enormously successful, it need not be the case that a single Higgs-doublet field is responsible for giving masses to the weakly interacting vector bosons and the fermions. In this paper we explore the phenomenology of a Higgs sector for the standard model which contains both doublet and triplet fields [under SU(2)L]. The resulting Higgs bosons have many exotic features and surprising experimental signatures. Since a critical …

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