Nucleon and dinucleon decays to leptonic final states in a left-right symmetric model with large extra dimensions

26 May 2020  ·  Girmohanta Sudhakantha ·

We consider baryon-number-violating nucleon and dinucleon decays to leptonic final states in the context of a left-right symmetric (LRS) model with large extra dimensions. Specifically, we study (a) nucleon to trilepton decays with $\Delta B=-1$ and $\Delta L=-3$, and (b) dinucleon to dilepton decays with $\Delta B=-2$ and $\Delta L=-2$... In the LRS model, $B-L$ is gauged and is spontaneously broken by a Higgs vacuum expectation value $v_R$, which characterizes the scale at which processes violating $B-L$ occur. We show that together with the lower bound on $v_R$ from experimental limits on $n$-$\bar n$ oscillations, constraints from searches for other nucleon decay modes imply sufficient suppression of these nucleon to trilepton and dinucleon to dilepton decay modes in this model to agree with experimental bounds. read more

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High Energy Physics - Phenomenology