Mass Hierarchy, Mixing, CP-Violation And Higgs Decay - Or Why Rotation Is Good For Us
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Baker, Michael J.; Bordes Villagrasa, José M.; Chan, Hong-Mo; Tsou, Sheung Tsun
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The idea of a rank-one rotating mass matrix (R2M2) is reviewed detailing how it leads to ready explanations both for the fermion mass hierarchy and for the distinctive mixing patterns between up and down fermion states, which can be and have been tested against experiment and shown to be fully consistent with existing data. Further, R2M2 is seen to offer, as by-products: (i) a new solution of the strong CP problem in QCD by linking the theta-angle there to the Kobayashi-Maskawa CP-violating phase in the CKM matrix, and (ii) some novel predictions of possible anomalies in Higgs decay observable in principle at the LHC. A special effort is made to answer some questions raised.

    Baker, Michael J. Bordes Villagrasa, José M. Chan, Hong-Mo Tsou, Sheung Tsun 2011 Mass Hierarchy, Mixing, CP-Violation And Higgs Decay - Or Why Rotation Is Good For Us International Journal of Modern Physics A 26 13 2087 2124
http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0217751X11053365

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