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Nuclear Physics B203 (1982) 493-500 North-Holland Publishing Company
 

Summary: Nuclear Physics B203 (1982) 493-500
North-Holland Publishing Company
CONFINING MODELS OF THE WEAK INTERACTIONS IN
TECHNICOLOR
L.F. ABBOTTI
Physics Department, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts 02254, USA
E. FARHI 2
Centerfor TheoreticalPhysics, Laboratoryfor Nuclear Science and Department of Physics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139, USA
A. SCHWIMMER3
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers~University, Piscataway, New Jersey 08554, USA
Received 7 January 1982
(Revised 27 April 1982)
We construct confining models of the weak interactions without fundamental scalar fields
using technicolor, and show how to generate fermion masses in these models with extended
technicolor. In addition, we discuss the influence of strong SU(2)L on the spectrum of several
theories.
1. Introduction
It is possible to construct weak interaction models based on confining gauge
theories [1,2]. In ref. [1], a model of this type, involving fundamental scalar fields,

  

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