Partially Strong WW Scattering


What if only a light Higgs boson is discovered at the CERN LHC? Conventional wisdom tells us that the scattering of longitudinal weak gauge bosons would not grow strong at high energies. We show that this is not always true. In some composite models, two-Higgs-doublet models, or even supersymmetric models, the presence of a light Higgs boson does not guarantee the complete unitarization of the WWWW scattering. After the partial unitarization by the light Higgs boson, the WWWW scattering becomes strongly interacting until it hits one or more heavier Higgs bosons or other strong dynamics. We analyze how the LHC experiments can reveal this interesting possibility of partially strong WWWW scattering.Comment: 4 pages, 3 figures; updated reference information and added a referenc

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