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Abstract: We consider the wrong-Higgs interactions such as type-III two Higgs doubletmodels. Generally, such interactions cause flavor problems. However, if newYukawa interactions have the same flavor structure as that of the standardmodelSM, we do not have any flavor problems. In this work we propose amicroscopic model for the wrong-Higgs interactions aligned with SM ones in thecontext of supersymmetrySUSY and show their phenomenological implications.Low energy contraints from muon g-2 and rare B decays can be relieved and itcan be viable to have low mass superparticle spectra with light dark matterwhich is preferred by recent experiments such as DAMA-LIBRA, CDMS-II andCoGeNT. We also briefly discuss modification of Higgs decay in colliders.



Autor: Kyu Jung Bae

Fuente: https://arxiv.org/







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