Family Replicated Fit of All Quark and Lepton Masses and Mixings
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We review our recent development of family replicated gauge group model, which generates the Large Mixing Angle MSW solution. The model is based on each family of quarks and leptons having its own set of gauge fields, each containing a replica of the Standard Model gauge fields plus a (B - L)-coupled gauge field. A fit of all the seventeen quark-lepton mass and mixing angle observables, using just six new Higgs field vacuum expectation values, agrees with the experimental data order of magnitudewise. However, this model can not predict the baryogenesis in right order, therefore, we discuss further modification of our model and present a preliminary result of baryon number to entropy ratio.
KeywordsGauge Group Yukawa Coupling Neutrino Oscillation Baryon Number Solar Neutrino
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