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I need to use the three lowest order Feynman diagrams to first calculate the squared matrix element to put into Fermi's golden rule formula and then from there get the branching ratio of higgs decays into 2 photons.

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closed as too localized by David Z May 8 '13 at 21:21

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...What's the question? – DilithiumMatrix May 8 '13 at 21:05
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@user24218: Please be specific as to which steps you need help in. – Siva May 9 '13 at 0:28
@DavidZaslavsky: THe question is not clear, but I think it's an important one. Especially with the interesting (minor) excess observed for the Higgs $\longrightarrow$ 2 photons decay rate, at the LHC. – Siva May 9 '13 at 0:29
@DavidZaslavsky, I made that comment since I saw the question closed for reasons "This question is unlikely to help any future visitors...". I now guess that the category of closure is an administrative technicality, not necessarily indicating the exact reason why the question was closed :-) – Siva May 9 '13 at 2:09