3 years ago

An Alternative Method for Solving Two Problems of the Standard Model.

I.V. Sharph, O.D. Berezovskyi, K.K. Merkotan, O.S. Potiienko, V.D. Rusov, V.V. Urbanevich, N.O. Chudak, T.M. Zelentsova, V.V. Voitenko, D.A. Ptashynskyi

Two problems of the Standard Model, associated with the introduction of non-gauge interactions and with the introduction of an electromagnetic field as a linear combination of fields on which various gauge groups are implemented, are analyzed. It is noticed that the existing model contains $U\left( 1 \right)-$ phase uncertainty of the matrix elements of the raising and lowering generators of the $SU\left( 2 \right)$ group. This uncertainty creates the condition for the additional local $U\left( 1 \right)-$ symmetry of the Standard Model Lagrangian with respect to the choice of various equivalent generator representations of the $SU\left( 2 \right)$ group, which is provided by the electromagnetic field. In this case, due to the different action of the raising and lowering generators on the fields of each generation of leptons and quarks, these fields interact with the electromagnetic field in different ways. It is also shown that considering the multi-particle gauge field a description of the Higgs mechanism can be obtained, free from the shortcomings of the well-known single-particle description, the main of which is the introduction of the non-gauge "phi-four" interaction, that is not reduced to the fundamental one. In the proposed model, the spontaneous symmetry breaking is achieved due to the same fundamental interaction, the mediating particle mass of which it provides.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.01914

DOI: arXiv:1711.01914v1

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