par Crivellin, Andreas;D'Ambrosio, Giancarlo;Heeck, Julian
Référence Physical review. D, Particles, fields, gravitation, and cosmology, 91, 7, 075006
Publication Publié, 2015-04-09
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : We study the impact of an additional U(1)′ gauge symmetry with flavor-dependent charges for quarks and leptons on the LHC flavor anomalies observed in B→K∗μ+μ-, R(K)=B→Kμ+μ-/B→Ke+e-, and h→μτ. In its minimal version with two scalar doublets, the resulting model naturally explains the deviations from the Standard Model observed in B→K∗μ+μ- and R(K). The CMS access in h→μτ can be explained by introducing a third scalar doublet, which gives rise to a prediction for τ→3μ. We investigate constraints from flavor observables and direct LHC searches for pp→Z′→μ+μ-. Our model successfully generates the measured fermion-mixing matrices and does not require vectorlike fermions, unlike previous attempts to explain these anomalies.