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Hierarchical Fermions and Detectable $Z^\prime$ from Effective Two-Higgs-Triplet 3-3-1 Model

Barreto, E. R.; Dias, A. G.; Leite, J.; Nishi, C. C.; Oliveira, R. L. N.; Vieira, W. C.;
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Abstract
We develop a ${\rm SU}(3)_C\otimes {\rm SU}(3)_L\otimes {\rm U}(1)_X$ model where the number of fermion generations is fixed by cancellation of gauge anomalies, being a type of 3-3-1 model with new charged leptons. Similarly to the economical 3-3-1 models, symmetry breaking is achieved effectively with two scalar triplets so that the spectrum of scalar particles at the TeV scale contains just two CP even scalars, one of which is the recently discovered Higgs boson, plus a charged scalar. Such a scalar sector is simpler than the one in the Two Higgs Doublet Model, hence more attractive for phenomenological studies, and has no FCNC mediated by scalars except for t...
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