RADION PRODUCTION IN THE HIGH ENERGY GAMMA-ELECTRON COLLIDERS

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  • Tran Dinh Tham Pham Van Dong University, 986 Quang Trung, Quang Ngai
  • Nguyen Huy Thao Hanoi Pedagogical University No 2
  • Dang Van Soa Department of Physics, Hanoi University of Education
  • Dao Le Thuy Department of Physics, Hanoi University of Education
  • Bui Thi Ha Giang

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https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/22/2/183

Abstract

We analyze the potential of Compact Linear Colliders (CLIC) based on the gamma - electron collisions to search for the radion in the Randall - Sundrum (RS) model, where compactification radius of the extra dimension is stabilized by the radion, which is a scalar field lighter than the graviton Kaluza-Klein states. The production of radion in the high energy gamma - electron colliders are calculated in detail. Numerical evaluation shows that if the radion mass is not too heavy then the reaction can give observable cross section in future colliders.

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Dang Van Soa, Department of Physics, Hanoi University of Education

Department of Physics, Hanoi University of Education

Dao Le Thuy, Department of Physics, Hanoi University of Education

Department of Physics, Hanoi University of Education

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Published

17-07-2012

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Tham, T. D., Thao, N. H., Soa, D. V., Thuy, D. L., & Giang, B. T. H. (2012). RADION PRODUCTION IN THE HIGH ENERGY GAMMA-ELECTRON COLLIDERS. Communications in Physics, 22(2), 97. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/22/2/183

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