The Higgs boson and the signal at 750 GeV: Composite particles?

Raymond Fèvre


This article explores the possibility that the 125 GeV-mass particle discovered at CERN in 2012 is a composite particle. It then expands the theory to the hypothetical particle seeming to appear at 750 GeV. To that end, this ultra-relativistic quasi-classical model is presented. The results suggest the existence of a tauonium and quarkonia having the required mass.


Higgs boson, Composite particle

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