Interference Phenomena In Electron Positron Annihilation available in Paperback
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- VDM Verlag
In this monograph predictions for parity violating symmetries have been presented that arise from the interference beween strong and electroweak sectors of the standard model.The peculiar correlation between the final states arrsing due to the constraint of having the same quantum numbers for the final states involving weak bosons and in which the weak boson is replaced by a gluon, results in parity violating behavior which might be observable in future electron positron colliders operating at energies well above the threshould of producing a pair of massive vector bosons.The observations of these assymetries should be possible at future electron positron colliders. The results presented are intriguing examples of interplay between different sectors of the standard model and could be a prelude to the processes in models involving extended symmetries, like Supersymmetry, where the effects could be more pronounced.