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Stueckelberg Z prime at the LHC

In the last two days, some intelligent media have paid attention to the paper by

about the possible detection of the Z' particles that obtain masses via the Stueckelberg mechanism i.e. from an additional U(1) without any new Higgs mechanism. These particles appear as very narrow resonances and are naturally predicted by many string vacua.


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