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How to interpret vacuum instability of Higgs potential
If the Higgs mass is in a certain range, the quartic self-coupling of the Higgs field becomes negative after renormalization group flow to a high energy scale, signalling an instability of the vacuum ...
Dec 4 '11 at 3:15
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