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Volume 339 - Prospects for Charged Higgs Discovery at Colliders (CHARGED2018) - Main session
A Higgs Boson at 96 GeV?!
S. Heinemeyer,* T. Stefaniak
*corresponding author
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Pre-published on: 2019 February 05
Published on: 2019 March 01
Abstract
We briefly summarize some searches for Higgs bosons with a mass of
$m_\phi \le 110$~GeV at LEP and the LHC. We discuss a possible
signal in the diphoton decay mode at $m_\phi \sim 96$~GeV as reported by
CMS, together with a $\sim 2\,\sigma$ hint in the $b \bar b$ final state
at LEP. We briefly review possible interpretation of such a new particle
in various BSM models. We focus on possible explanations as reported
within the NMSSM and the \mnSSM. Conclusions for future collider
projects are briefly outlined.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.339.0016
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