Composite Weak Bosons at the LHC
Abstract: The weak bosons are composite systems.
The constituents are confined like the quarks in a
rho meson. The substructure scale is estimated to be
of the order of 0.5 TeV. A new isoscalar neutral weak
boson must exist. Its mass should not exceed 1 TeV.
Excitations of the weak bosons can be produced at the
LHC. The lowest p-wave state is identified with the
particle, which might have been observed at the LHC
with a mass of 126 GeV. A substructure for the weak bosons implies also a substructure for the leptons and quarks, which should soon be observed at the LHC.
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