The Composite Particles Model (CPM), Vacuum Structure and ~ 125 GeV Higgs Mass

Research paper by Marko B. Popovic

Indexed on: 15 May '12Published on: 15 May '12Published in: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology


The Composite Particles Model (CPM) is characterized by composite Higgs, composite top quark, cancelation of the scalar leading quadratic divergences, and a particular ground state such that top anti-top channel is neither attractive or repulsive at tree level at the Z pole mass. The radiatively generated scalar mass in 2D is m_H=\sqrt((6m_t^2 -M_Z^2-2M_w^2)/3(1+{\pi}/k))= 113 GeV/c^2,143 GeV/c^2,...,230 GeV/c^2 for k = 1,2,...\infty. As first proposed by Nambu in the simplest models with dynamical mass generation and fermion condensate in 4D, one expects the Higgs mass on the order of twice the heaviest fermion mass. Hence, if this is applied to the CPM one could expect scalar mass dynamically generated by top constituent quarks and composite top quarks to be equal to 2 m_t/3 and 2m_t respectively. When Bose-Einstein statistics for kT \cong M_W c^2 is applied to the two lowest energy states in 2D (113 GeV and 143 GeV) and 4D (115 GeV and 346 GeV), the CPM suggests physical Higgs mass equal to m_H \cong 125 GeV/c^2 in both 2D and 4D.