Highlight of top quark properties measurements at ATLAS/CMS
December 05, 2018
December 11, 2018
The top quark is the heaviest known elementary particle and plays a special role in the dynamics of fundamental interactions. Since its discovery at the Tevatron, several of its properties have been measured by the Tevatron
experiments (CDF and D0). However, due to its unprecedentedly large production rate at the LHC a new level of precision on these measurements have been achieved by the LHC experiments (ATLAS and CMS). The latest LHC measurements on the top quark mass, total decay width, top-antitop spin correlations, and charge asymmetry are presented in this proceeding. In addition, the results from the W-boson helicity measurement are also presented.
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