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 LHC explores what LEP hinted at: CP-violating type-I 2HDM


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The Large Hadron Collider is shown to have great scope for a light charged Higgs discovery, in the context of the CP-violating type-I two Higgs doublet model. This scenario with similar masses of $H^\pm$ and W was suggested by the puzzling departure from charged current lepton universality found in the LEP data. With the lightest neutral Higgs mass set to 125 GeV, the charged-neutral Higgs associated production mechanism can cause a significant excess in the $\tau u b \bar{b}$ events over a vast range of tan beta as long as the Higgs mixing pattern avoids a few limiting cases. Thanks to the low $H^\pm$ mass, the charged Higgs loop can play a striking role in neutral Higgs decays into $\gamma \gamma$, thereby compensating for a suppressed gluon-gluon fusion rate. The effect of scalar-pseudo-scalar mixing on loop-induced Higgs signals is also discussed.



Author: Wolfgang Mader; Jae-hyeon Park; Giovanni Marco Pruna; Dominik Stöckinger; Arno Straessner

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