Radiative Quark Masses Constrained by the Gauge Group Only

We discuss the possibility of obtaining the observed pattern of quark masses and mixings as a consequence of radiative corrections, gauge invariance and particle content of the theory. We do not allow any kind of additional symmetry, such as family and discrete symmetries. A model based on the gauge group SU(3) x SU(2)L x SU(2)R x U(1)B-L is considered. It turns out that the correct values of quark masses can be reasonably reproduced. The typical strength of the flavour changing couplings of the Z0-boson is however at least one order of magnitude above the experimental upper bounds. A comparison is made with a model in which an additional discrete symmetry is present. In this case flavour changing phenomena can be kept under control.


Published in:
Zeitschrift Fur Physik C-Particles and Fields, 52, 4, 575-581
Year:
1991
ISSN:
0170-9739
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