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Electroweak Measurements at the LHC

To our present knowledge, all of the physics at the LHC can be described in the framework of the Standard Model of particle physics. Indeed, the newly discovered Higgs boson with a mass close to 125 GeV seems to confirm the predictions of the theory. Thus, in addition to looking for direct manifestations of the physics beyond the Standard Model, the LHC aims to perform ever more stringent tests of the Standard Model, in particular in the sectors of electroweak symmetry breaking and gauge interactions at high energies. In this article, I review recent experimental results in the field of electroweak interactions at the LHC.

Authors:   Gautier Hamel de Monchenault
Journal:   Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science
Volume:   67
edition:   1
Year:   2017
Pages:   19
DOI:   10.1146/annurev-nucl-101916-123147
Publication date:   19-Oct-2017
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  • Standard Model
  • particle physics
  • Higgs boson
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