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Radiative origin of all quark and lepton masses through dark matter with flavor symmetry



Radiative origin of all quark and lepton masses through dark matter with flavor symmetry



Physical Review Letters 112(9): 091801



The fundamental issue of the origin of mass for all quarks and leptons (including Majorana neutrinos) is linked to dark matter, odd under an exactly conserved Z2 symmetry which may or may not be derivable from an U(1)D gauge symmetry. The observable sector interacts with a proposed dark sector which consists of heavy neutral singlet Dirac fermions and suitably chosen new scalars. Flavor symmetry is implemented in a renormalizable context with just the one Higgs doublet (ϕ(+), ϕ(0)) of the standard model in such a way that all observed fermions obtain their masses radiatively through dark matter.

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DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.112.091801


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