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Prospects for identification the direct and indirect effects of extra spatial dimensions at the Large Hadron Collider


Pankov, A.A. (Minsk, Inst. Nucl. Problems) ; Serenkova, I.A. (Gomel State Tech. U., ICTP) ; Tsytrinov, A.V. (Gomel State Tech. U., ICTP) ; Bednyakov, V.A. (Dubna, JINR)

Published in: Phys.Part.Nucl. / Fiz.Elem.Chast.Atom.Yadra
Year: 2017 / 2017
Vol.: 48 / 48    Num./Issue: 3 / 3.
Page No: 415-454
Pages: 40
Year: 2017-05-24 published

Abstract: The existence of massive graviton states, that may be produced as real and virtual particles in high-energy proton collisions, is predicted by the modern developments of Kaluza–Klein models with extra spatial dimensions. The direct and indirect signatures of large and warped extra spatial dimensions may be revealed by analyzing the specific characteristics of dilepton and diphoton final states formed in proton–proton collisions at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Virtual effects in the Kaluza–Klein models with large extra spatial dimensions can be discovered by the specic behavior of the dilpton and diphoton invariant-mass distributions, and their identication (in case of discovery) can be performed by the analysis of their angular distributions with integrated center-edge asymmetry. Assuming the nominal values of the LHC collision energy (14 TeV) and luminosity (100 fb$^{–1}$), for the models with large extra spatial dimensions we find that the sensitivity to the cutoff parameter M$_{S}$ will extend up to 8.5 and 7.6 TeV for their discovery and identification, respectively. For the Randall–Sundrum model with a warped extra dimension, the LHC experiments will be sensitive to the graviton resonance with mass up to 4.4 and 3.1 TeV for its discovery and identification, respectively.

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DOI: 10.1134/S1063779617030066
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