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It is important to note that the particle energy spectrum is monochromatic. m. frame |pcm 1 | = |pcm 2 | s + m21 − m22 s + m22 − m21 λ1/2 (s, m21 , m22 ) cm cm √ √ √ , E1 = , E2 = , = 2 s 2 s 2 s 43 where the “two-body kinematic function” is defined as λ(x, y, z) = (x − y − z)2 − 4yz = x2 + y 2 + z 2 − 2xy − 2xz − 2yz, (A10) which is symmetric under interchange of any two variables. While the momentum magnitude is the same for the two daughter particles in the parent-rest frame, the more massive the particle is, the larger its energy is.
53). C. t-channel Enhancement: Vector Boson Fusion A qualitatively different process is initiated from gauge boson radiation, typically off energetic fermions, as introduced in Sec. II B 3. Consider a fermion f of energy E, the probability of finding a (nearly) collinear gauge boson V of energy xE and transverse momentum pT (with respect to pf ) is approximated by [19, 20] p2T gV2 + gA2 1 + (1 − x)2 , 8π 2 x (p2T + (1 − x)MV2 )2 g2 + g2 1 − x (1 − x)MV2 PVL/f (x, p2T ) = V 2 A , 4π x (p2T + (1 − x)MV2 )2 PVT/f (x, p2T ) = (55) (56) which T (L) denotes the transverse (longitudinal) polarization of the massive gauge boson.