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An experimentalist's answer to: What is the difference between the Higgs Boson particle and an electron moving through the Higgs field? Our experiments found a large number of resonances and particles which fitted beautifully into SU(3) representations, separated by their quantum numbers and occupying unique niches in the representations. The ...


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First, in order to show the invariance of the term $\bar{\psi}_L \phi \psi_R$, you have to transform respectively: $\psi_L \to e^{-i \alpha^a(x) \frac{\sigma_a}{2} -i \alpha(x) \frac{Y}{2}} \psi_L$ $\psi_R \to e^{-i \alpha(x) \frac{Y}{2}} \psi_R$ $\phi \to e^{-i \alpha^a(x) \frac{\sigma_a}{2} -i \alpha(x) \frac{Y}{2}} \phi$ (a=1,2,3) so that the ...



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