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# High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

# Title: Contribution of heavy neutrinos to decay of standard-model-like Higgs boson $h\rightarrow μτ$ in a 3-3-1 model with additional gauge singlets

(Submitted on 30 Mar 2021 (v1), last revised 13 Aug 2021 (this version, v2))

Abstract: In the framework of the improved version of the 3-3-1 models with right-handed neutrinos, which is added to the Majorana neutrinos as new gauge singlets, the recent experimental neutrino oscillation data is completely explained through the inverse seesaw mechanism. We show that the major contributions to $Br(\mu\rightarrow e\gamma)$ are derived from corrections at 1-loop order of heavy neutrinos and bosons. But, these contributions are sometimes mutually destructive, creating regions of parametric spaces where the experimental limits of $Br(\mu\rightarrow e\gamma)$ are satisfied. In these regions, we find that $Br(\tau\rightarrow \mu\gamma)$ can achieve values of $10 ^{- 10}$ and $Br(\tau\rightarrow e\gamma)$ may even reach values of $10 ^{- 9}$ very close to the upper bound of the current experimental limits. Those are ideal areas to study lepton-flavor-violating decays of the standard- model- like Higgs boson ($h_1^0$). We also pointed out that the contributions of heavy neutrinos play an important role to change $Br(h_1^0\rightarrow \mu\tau)$, this is presented through different forms of mass mixing matrices ($M_R$) of heavy neutrinos. When $M_R \sim diag(1,1,1)$, $Br(h_1^0\rightarrow \mu\tau)$ can get a greater value than the cases $M_R \sim diag(1,2,3)$ and $M_R \sim diag(3,2,1)$ and the largest that $Br(h_1^0\rightarrow \mu\tau)$ can reach is very close $10 ^{-3}$.

## Submission history

From: Hung Ha Thanh [view email]**[v1]**Tue, 30 Mar 2021 01:27:03 GMT (1369kb,D)

**[v2]**Fri, 13 Aug 2021 10:09:26 GMT (1400kb,D)

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