So I was wondering, with all this Higgs talk going on, they just detected a particle with a mass of 125 GeV (CMS) or 126.5 GeV (ATLAS). But they still don't know what it is, since there is tons of data to go through.
How do you determine spin of a particle from such experiments? Measuring the magnetic moments of a particle or?
If they find out that it has spin 0, and the other decay channels are in agreement with this, then they can say: it's Higgs, right?
So how do you do it? What do you need to analyse?